Finally, after weeks of speculation and waiting, Call of Duty has officially revealed Warzone Season Two.
Fans have been rampantly speculating about what's to come for the game, trying their best to decipher leaks, rumors, and teases.
Well, after what feels like a lifetime, Call of Duty has finally revealed the direction that Warzone will take in its second season. And it looks very exciting.
Without further ado, let's take a look at what awaits us in Warzone when we finally get Season Two.
Warzone Season Two Content
New Points of Interest in Verdansk
The official press release published on Call of Duty's website has some cryptic things to say about how Verdansk has changed in season two.
The site says the following:
"Last sighted off the coast of Rebirth Island, recent intel suggests that the cargo tanker Vodianoy has gone missing at sea. however, recent visuals have identified a vessel matching the description heading toward the Port of Verdansk. Operators within the vicinity are reccomended to exercise extreme caution, as the ship is carrying unknown cargo, and its crew are not able to be contacted."
So, it looks like we might get to explore a new cargo tanker, and it's suggested that whatever it was carrying has been let loose on Verdansk. new weapons and foes, perhaps?
Plus, there's also something major "beginning to rumble deep underground".
Could this be referring to the second Verdansk bunker doors opening?
There's no telling what this could be; we're just going to have to find out by dropping back in ourselves when the season comes into play. We can't wait to see what the game has in store for us.
New Game Modes
Rebirth Island Resurgence Extreme
The resurgence game mode returns to Rebirth Island, this time with a twist. The max player count has been cranked to 90, and you'll be able to quickly respawn after death once again.
The max player count is going to make this game mode a frenzied free-for-all, only helped by the caches around the island to refresh your items.
Resurgence Extreme sounds like chaos, and we can't wait to give it a go.
Finally, the exfil helicopter decides to arrive before the circle kills everyone.
This intriguing new game mode puts a new item at the center and adds some spice to the regular battle royale.
Somewhere on the map, a crackling radio will appear and be marked on players' maps. To secure a win, grab that radio and hang onto it as long as possible. You will be marked on your enemies' maps, and hunted for it. Die, and you'll drop it.
While this is happening, if you can hold onto the radio for long enough, the helicopter will come for you and you'll instantly win. But, normal battle royale rules still apply. Die, and you'll still be sent to the gulag as usual.
It's an intriguing game mode, and one we're excited to try.
Some new characters are joining Warzone in the season two update. They all look pretty interesting, but one in particular is especially intriguing.
Kapano "Naga" Vang is a former warlord born in Laos, who is feared by many, including his own men. His past trafficking drugs and weapons paired with his temper and savage personality, he's certainly not one to be messed with.
Next up, Terrell Wolf is a natural hunter, learning to kill in the bayous of Louisiana from youth. Following in his fallen brother's footsteps, he enlisted at 18 and is now the most dangerous predator on the battlefield.
Growing up in Nicuragua, Karla Rivas spent her youth surrounded by the Menendez Cartel and their gang wars. Learning their brutality first hand, Rivas is a tactical warrior with guerrilla training, and will be difficult to take on.
Easily the most intriguing on the list, Samantha Maxis makes her first appearance outside of the Zombies mode as a specialist character. She returns to fend off the Outbreak in the Ural Mountains, and to tear up on the Warzone battlefield.
As part of the season two update for both Warzone and Cold War, six new weapons are coming to both games. Here's the new toys you can use to decimate your enemies...
FARA 83: Assault Rifle
First up is the Fara 83, a fully automatic assault rifle with some serious punch. It's quite the heavyweight in the assualt rifle bracket, but it packs a high fire rate and a great range, so it more than makes up for its bulk.
The latest submachine gun to join Warzone is the LC10, a super lightweight killing machine. Where it lacks in damage per bullet it makes up for in fire rate, so as long as you've got good aim, you'll have no trouble shooting your opponents to ribbons.
You don't need us to tell you what a Machete is, but just for educational purposes; it's a broad, foot-long blade that's been tempered for agriculture, slashing effortlessly through heavy leaves and bamboo. It is also pretty good at cleaving your enemies into chunks, which we imagine you'll be more excited to do anyway.
You'd be forgiven for not guessing what the E-Tool is. It's basically a tri-fold trowel, used by the military for digging out defensive positions. You, however, will be using it to bonk you enemies to death. Fun!
R1 Shadowhunter: Special
Another crossbow joins the battle! The R1 Shadowhunter is similar to the original crossbow, silent but deadly. It's incredibly effective for long range one-hit KOs, and if you've got enough practice with the original crossbow, you'll have no trouble with this one either.
ZRG 20mm: Sniper
Last up is the newest sniper to join Warzone, the ZRG 20mm. It's a weapon best designed for reeeeeeally long range fire, and it may have a slow fire rate, but it will insta-kill enemies from the chest-up, and has a speedy reload time to go with it.
As a little added bonus, a new scorestreak is coming to Warzone.
You'll finally be able to lug the monstrous Death Machine onto the battlefield, be it Verdansk or Rebirth Island.
The gigantic weapon boasts an insane rev, and a powerful hail of deadly bullets, perfect for mowing down squads and destroying vehicles.
Those who have used the weapon before know its power, but if you haven't, trust us. Don't get in its way.
That's all the new content coming with Warzone season two! We can't wait to drop back in and try out this new content for ourselves.
Warzone has been in need of a little rejuvenation recently. The sheer amount of glitches and hacks in the game have been ruining the experience for many players.
Still, players are still finding ways to have fun in Warzone. One player has even found a new way to run up the dam. Plus, in a bid to push back campers, one fan has found the perfect way to push on fire towers.