In early March it was launched Call of Duty: Warzone, a Battle Royale mode for Modern warfare which works independently of this. Anyone can download it for free without having to go through the box with last year's delivery, and it looks like it will remain that way for a long time.
Taylor Kurosaki, director of narrative at Infinity Ward, has confirmed in an interview with the portal GamerGen than Warzone will continue forward with future installments of Call of Duty
We walked a little through unexplored territory here. Call of Duty has been kept at a very steady pace for many years, and Warzone has made us rethink how best to launch new content and integrate it. Call of Duty is a genre in itself, there are different branches on the tree that is Call of Duty, but they are all connected in a way. Warzone will be the intermediary that connects all the subsagas of Call of Duty. It will be very cool to see how the different sub-series come and go, but Warzone will be a constant.
In short, we still have warzone for a while. Remember that the Battle Royale added up to 50 million users in just a month, so it's no wonder Activision wants to continue supporting it.
In fact, at the end of the year we will also have a generational change in the consoles. What role will it play Warzone in PS5 and Xbox Series X? Kurosaki assures that there will also be support for them
I know our plan with Warzone is to stick with it for quite some time, so as long as the new systems are available in the market I am sure we will support them.
We will have to see how they will integrate Warzone with future deliveries, since it is currently part of Modern warfare at the engine level, updates and others.