It’s no secret that Call of Duty Warzone and Black Ops Cold War’s Season 2 event is just right around the corner, that’s why were here and more than ready to spill whatever the hell is going on.
With claims of Verdansk never returning once the nuke hits (thanks to Twitter leaker Tom Henderson), it’s seems like Call of Duty is moving forever forward – in the most straightforward pursuit as possible.
Season 2 kicked off with the Outbreak Event, which brought zombies — including explosive zombies — to Verdansk via Shipwreck. This event runs until March 11, and it’s reasonable to think this is when the aforementioned event will happen then, but right now, it looks like it won’t happen until the end of Season 2.
Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2 ends on April 21, which is a Wednesday. Samantha Maxis of Call of Duty: Zombies fame has also been added to the game as an operator.
According to a report from VGC, at the end of the season, Call of Duty: Warzone will finally transition to a brand new map, and this one will be 1980s-themed and have new locations that make the game less like Modern Warfare and more like Black Ops Cold War. Of course, in order for this to happen, there will need to be some type of time portal, but so far there’s been nothing about how the transition will be realized. What there have been reports of is that a huge nuclear explosion will be the catalyst for all of this.
“The current plan for Warzone is that Verdansk will never return,” said Henderson. “There’s no separate playlist, map voting, or anything like that. Warzone is Warzone and Warzone is one map. Warzone will continue to change its map as the story progresses.”
As much as the stuff above may be true or just be hoaxes, all will be revealed when Season 2 actually launches and manifests on over the entirety of Call of Duty. Are you just as excited as we are? Let us know in the comments section below!