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Warzone Season 5 LEAK: Activision Drop BIGGEST HINT YET That Stadium Set To Open

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Warzone’s stadium may finally be getting opened in Season 5, as we've already reported.

And now, the official Call of Duty account has tweeted asking for Stadium Names – as well as saying their ‘doors are open’ to new ideas. If that’s not a hint, we don’t know what is!

Call of Duty Account Tweets Cryptic Stadium Hint

Earlier in July, a leaked report says that the opening of the stadium will be one of two major changes coming to the Warzone map in the new season of post-launch content.

If the Stadium had a name, what would it be? Our doors are open to ideas.Drop 'em below. pic.twitter.com/jsqUeXhepC

— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty)

July 29, 2020

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The initial conversation surrounding what lies inside the stadium began after a screenshot showing a small glimpse of its interior.

How players will be able to access the stadium remains to be seen. Will there be doors for players to barge their way through on the ground floor? Or will be there specific places where players can equip the zip-wire and access the roof quickly. Perhaps both? Only time will tell as to what exactly is inside the stadium.

It’s not the only piece of news knock, knock, knocking on our door. Eagle-eyed fans have caught notice of the 'Red Door' Alpha test – which some say is linked to the upcoming Black Ops game (yet to be confirmed).

This Alpha has been out in the wild for some time now, but it recently made its way onto the Xbox One Marketplace; and more importantly, it just received a big update!

Warzone Season 5 is due to land in August, bringing some much-needed changes to the Verdansk landscape.

As well as the Stadium possibly being opened, there are talks of a train arriving, where players will be able to board and obtain loot from within the carriages similar to the likes of Apex Legends and PUBG.

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