Call of Duty: Warzone News
You'll still be leaving Verdansk for a new Cold War locale soon, just not *that* soon.
It's a long-overdue workaround for Modern Warfare's gigantic file size.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare enters Season Six next week, with another big change for Warzone's map.
For more storage capable of next-gen loading speeds, you'll be paying a premium.
Treyarch and Raven's latest is being billed as a sequel to Black Ops 1, but it looks like it has more in common with Black Ops 2.
As well as new modes focused on vehicles, an outbreak, and Plunder.
And there's evidence of a closed beta for the game.
Cold War's (non-Doritos bag) reveal may be just around the corner.
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Rumblings of Live's imminent demise seem to have been premature.
Call of Duty 2020, is that you?
The launch time appears to be 11 p.m. PST tomorrow.
And it looks like it's headed for Stadium.
You can still purchase codes from other retailers, though.
"Border War" is no more.
A new report from Video Games Chronicle details how Verdansk is changing in the next season of Call of Duty: Warzone.
The PC version lacks options for picking which parts you do and don't want.
The patch applies to both Modern Warfare and Warzone.
Another big patch will make way for bigger lobbies.
No word on when it's arriving, though.
Infinity Ward says asset compression will take off some but not all of the load.
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A new statement appears in both Modern Warfare and Warzone.
Did you know that you can drop your guns now?
By now, making aimbot users get cozy together is a familiar trick.
You can still drop into Verdansk solo, though.
It looks like the remaster's release is imminent.
It's impacting everything from World of Warcraft to Call of Duty: Warzone.
Alright, self-proclaimed lone wolves—time to test your mettle.
Devin Booker was in for quite the shock on Twitch.
The inclusion of skill-based matchmaking in other battle royales has attracted a lot of heat.
Activision confirms that its new battle royale is just a bit more free-to-play on PS4 and PC.
Warzone will be free for everyone, and it has a bonus mode in addition to battle royale as well.
The free-to-play, battle royale game emerges.