Call of Duty: Warzone 08 Apr 2021 9:16 AM +00:00

Call of Duty: Warzone: Will We See Zombies In The Game?

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The official trailer for Call of Duty: Warzone dropped on March 9th with information on all of the new features in the game, 24 hours later, the game went LIVE. But will we ever see Zombies make a return? Here's everything we know so far!

Official Warzone Trailer & Activision Blog March 9th

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Unfortunately, nothing has been mentioned on the return of the undead, but as it was such a popular addition to Blackout, it could be possible in future seasons of the game.

Be sure to bookmark this page for updates on Zombies coming to Call of Duty: Warzone.

AI Opposition

Like in Blackout, the addition of zombies as AI opposition would give players the opportunity to acquire powerful weapons that are not available anywhere else on the map.

Their presence on the map also adds another element of strategy.

Often, players would have to deal with their opponents and zombies emerging from the soil adding another danger that players would have to negotiate.

They also would give away the position of players trying to covertly manoeuvre around the map.

Read More: Call of Duty Modern Warfare Battle Royale: News And All We Know About The New Battle Royale Mode In Call of Duty Modern Warfare on PS4, PC and Xbox One 2019

 

An Alternative?

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Perhaps the addition of zombies to a Modern Warfare BR sounds a little bit farfetched.

But the thought of adding the likes of enemy soldiers or even a Juggernaut to spice up gameplay does sound something that could well happen.

After all, Infinity Ward has played with zombies before in Infinite Warfare.

This is purely speculation and we will have to wait until an official announcement regarding a Modern Warfare battle royale is made.

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Written byJon Nicholson@MrJonno_95

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