Season 6 of Warzone is well underway, and while attention is beginning to turn towards the release of the new Pacific map, Raven Software is continuing to implement a range of updates to the battle royale.
As seen in the trailer, Call of Duty Vanguard will take players back to the era of World War II, focusing on the development of Special Forces across four different fronts of World War II. However, with reports coming in it could be said that Warzone could be heading to a different period in time.
Prominent Call of Duty leaker 'Bread' posted a Tweet stating that a source had informed them that the Pacific Warzone map might not be set in World War II.
Warzone Pacific Map Not Set in WW2
The post quickly went viral as soon as it got posted, leading to debate amongst the Call of Duty community. One of the Reddit posts also got some very interesting comments including one that said,
“This makes the most sense to me. Makes MW and CW guns in WZ make sense. Make it an island that hasnt been used much since WW2, and you get relics from WW2, things like the diner we saw, keep some modern vehicles. Yet doesnt feel out of place to have WW2 stuff.”
This decision is particularly interesting, considering that each annual release has integrated into Warzone. Could it coincide with the rumoured release of Chapter 3? Is Warzone going to stray away from relying on the annual releases for new content? We will have to wait and see how this situation unfolds.
With less than two weeks left for Vanguard, It'll be interesting to see what additional changes the devs bring to Warzone. For more Warzone intel, find everything you need to know about the new Pacific map in our dedicated hub.