As Warzone prepares to enter a brand-new era with the launch of Season 1 and an all-new map set in the Pacific, many fans of the battle royale may have been hoping that the upcoming season and the integration of Call of Duty Vanguard would've finally seen Warzone separated from the Modern Warfare application.
Considering Warzone is completely free-to-play, this would make plenty of sense rather than the game being combined with a game that was released back in 2019. With the start of Season 1 a few weeks away, a new leak has seemingly confirmed that the two titles won't be separated, much to the surprise of the community.
Warzone Modern Warfare Separation
Call of Duty leaker @sebas44123 managed to access the files of Vanguard and Warzone in a bid to find out more about the impending demise of Verdansk and how the battle royale will be transitioning to its new location. During their search, they came across a new version of Warzone's UI, featuring yellow banners highlighting the early access period for Vanguard players.
It's more than likely that the new UI was discovered within the files of Warzone and the attached Modern Warfare, meaning it's likely that the two titles will remain together rather than being separated.
Will Warzone Separate From Modern Warfare?
As always, leaks of this nature should be taken with a pinch of salt but the chances of Warzone finally becoming a standalone title aren't looking promising, meaning players will still have to wait for a next-gen update for the battle royale. The situation could well change as the game files don't always provide accurate information, so there's still a chance of a next-gen Warzone update coming in the future.