Call of Duty: Warzone is getting its best update in a year. Caldera, the next level in Call of Duty: Warzone, is finally here after a year and a half of sprinting, driving, and gliding across two different versions of Verdansk. When Vanguard Season
One begins on December 2, the WW2-themed map centered on the Pacific theatre will get released alongside Warzone’s new anti-cheat tool, Ricochet.
Activision lay it all out, including a roadmap of what’s coming to Warzone and Vanguard between the release of Vanguard on November 5 and the start of Season One in December. The month is being referred to as Vanguard’s “pre-season” by Activision.
Players in Vanguard will receive a retro map based on Call of Duty 4’s shipping. Warzone will receive an “Operation Flashback” mode that will allow them to bid their goodbyes to Verdansk (perhaps forever?) and gain some rare gifts for participation.
On November 24, Warzone will host a second, possibly part event, called “Secrets of the Pacific,” which sounds like a pre-release teaser for the Caldera map.
This Beenox-created limited-time event will provide you with crucial knowledge about Caldera and its different sites of interest before its December premiere, but only if you accomplish tasks across Vanguard and Warzone.
When Vanguard releases on November 5, Ricochet anti-cheat will be available. Warzone’s cheating problem get not expected to improve until Season One launches in December, so don’t hold your breath. Season One will also see the convergence of Vanguard and Warzone’s advancement tracks.
That allows players to transfer their experience from one to the other. At this point, all of Vanguard’s weapons will be added to Warzone. This practice did not go as planned during last year’s Cold War.
It’ll be great to get away from Verdansk’s smoggy hellscape and spread your boots on the beaches of Caldera. You should not add vivid greens and blues to the new map! Colors that you thought had vanished from the Call of Duty universe.
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