It looks like Halloween will soon be returning to Warzone, complete with a Ghostface operator and more.
It’s been a big few days for Call of Duty fans, and with Vanguard on the horizon, we’ve got more to look forward to than ever. In case you didn’t see yesterday’s Vanguard reveal event inside Warzone, we now have official details about the upcoming game.
Perhaps most excitingly, Vanguard will launch with a new Warzone map and anti-cheat software. Two of the battle royale’s biggest issues were its repetitive nature and a ridiculous amount of cheaters.
The WW2 game’s launch could be the solution to both of these issues, even if the Vanguard Warzone event was a bit too boring for fans.
What’s more, it seems there are big plans for both Warzone and Vanguard this Halloween.
Warzone Ghostface Operator Leaks – All Hallows Eve Event
It looks like this Halloween, Warzone will be facing an All Hallows Eve event, complete with a new Ghostface Operator.
Last year, Warzone’s Halloween event was a huge success. It was so popular, in fact, that fans wanted Warzone Zombie Royale to remain in the game forever.
On top of the zombie game mode, players were also fond of the Jigsaw and Leatherface Operators who arrived alongside the Halloween event. And now it looks as though Ghostface will be the latest horror movie antagonist to join the fun.
Hailing from the Scream franchise, Ghostface is already allegedly in the game’s files, and he could be surfacing this Halloween. This information comes from leaker TheGhostOfHope on Twitter, who also claims that the Halloween event will be named ‘All Hallows Eve’.
Of course, the latter claim could simply be a reference to the new Vanguard reveal blog where Activision talks about the game’s new Zombies mode. According to early reports, we can expect news about Vanguard’s Zombies mode to arrive ‘as All Hallows Eve approaches.’
We already know that Treyarch is developing Vanguard’s Zombies mode, and a few other details about the Dark Aether storyline. However, we’re excited to see what new content is coming to both Warzone and Vanguard later this year.
Ghostface & Micheal Myers in Warzone
With Scream 5’s release set for January 2022, it certainly makes sense for Activision to release Ghostface later this year. And, assuming that a second horror movie killer will be joining the roster, Michael Myers could be a perfect fit for the title.
The iconic Halloween villain has another film dropping later this year, so we could definitely see Myers making an appearance too.
Meanwhile, here’s how to watch the Call of Duty Vanguard Campaign premiere which is dropping far sooner!
What’s more, Vanguard will launch with a huge number of Multiplayer maps, which is great to see.
But with Vanguard’s Ultimate Edition being an insane 270 GB, you’d better make some hard drive space before the end of the year.
Here’s how to play the Call of Duty Vanguard beta later this year!