Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard will be getting their fifth and final season on the 24th of August called Last Stand, implying the release of Warzone 2 could be sooner than we think.
The news was announced on the games website. The final season’s centred around a league of Call of Duty villains led by Black Ops 2‘s Raul Menendez. The original Modern Warfare‘s Khaled Al-Asad also makes an appearance, alongside Ghosts‘ Gabriel T. Rorke and Black Ops 3‘s He “Seraph” Zhen-Zhen.
These villains have travelled through space and time to join forces and bring about the destruction of Caldera. There’s even a hero vs villain event, Operation: Last Call, in the cards based on the multiplayer Search & Destroy mode.
Season 5 ‘Last Stand’ is aiming to be the biggest since Vanguard’s release late last year. Not only will the Caldera map’s volcano explode, but players can also expect two new Vanguard maps, new limited-time modes, several new guns and a new Battle Pass. So, it’s safe to say things are heating up in the warzone.
You will have to avoid the lava flowing at your feet and watch for molten rocks shooting sky-high and back down to earth again. The major content update will bring weather and lighting changes on both Caldera and Rebirth Island.
With Warzone 2 just around the corner, it’s unclear what kind of support the original Warzone will receive after this update or whether most development focus will switch to the sequel.
Nothing is confirmed in regards to Warzone 2, of course. But, rumours of a November release date did circulate earlier this week. Which makes sense as Call Of Duty seasons last around 3 months which would see ‘Last Stand’ end in November.
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