After much anticipation, it seems that the big nuclear event of Call of Duty: Warzone is finally upon us. It’s been the event the game has been working on for a long time and it should mark the end of a trail of clues full of bunkers, codes, dangerous gases, and even a few zombies. Since it’s the event that Warzone players have been waiting for, you don’t want to miss out when it happens, so we’ll prepare you for everything you need to know about the Warzone event.
The big event will coincide with the start of the third season, which starts later on Wednesday, so it is likely that we will not see the full effects of the nuclear devastation in Verdansk until the new season can be played. Until then, here is what you need to know about the Warzone event:
Recap of the event
Before the event begins, it is worth remembering what brought us here in the first place. You can trace the hints of nuclear weapons and similar mysteries back to the conversations about bunkers and such before the Black Ops Cold War integration, but Activision seems content that the story begins after the Modern Warfare days every time the zombies came by. first time to Verdansk when a ship appeared on the edge of the map.
After that, the zombies continued to appear as different variants as they moved slowly but surely across the map. Players could even play as zombies under the right circumstances. The presence of those zombies and the noxious gas that followed them eventually raised pollution levels on the map to critical levels, thus leading us to today’s event. The resulting explosion during the event is expected to be a method of cleaning Verdansk of its zombie infestation.
Now that we are aware, when will all this destruction be reduced? Activision offered some guidance on the topic in its latest update on the Call of Duty Blog and recommended that people tune in to both the blog and Warzone at 12pm PT on April 21.
“Central Armistice Command will communicate directly with all operators with further instructions, beginning at 12 pm Pacific time on April 21,” Activision said. “Please return to the Call of Duty blog, and to Warzone, on this date for updates.”
You should be able to get the information you need from the blog itself, but the actual experience will likely be in Warzone.
— Call of Duty ⚠️ (@CallofDuty) April 13, 2021
How to watch / participate
Now that we know the “when”, it’s time to prepare your console or PC for the Warzone event so you don’t miss a thing. Warzone and really all other Call of Duty games often have sizable updates to download every time they are released, so make sure you’re up to date on your Warzone archives so you’re not staring at a download manager while everyone else is watching. event.
Once everything is up to date, simply enter Warzone at 12pm PT to see what is happening, although we recommend arriving early to be prepared. At the very least, you can get on Twitch to watch someone broadcast the event or you can keep an eye on the blog to see what’s going on.
What to expect
Then what will happen? We have seen Verdansk get ‘bombed’ before, we thought the results weren’t too spectacular and we hope they improve now. The leaks have also attempted to reveal what will happen after the event, although they have been quickly removed by Activision as they emerge.
Whether the nuclear weapons explode right at the time the event starts or later, we probably won’t see Verdansk altered right away. The third season of Warzone and Black Ops Cold War will begin at 9pm PT on April 21, so it seems more likely that we will see the map changes implemented after the update is released. Some critical map changes are almost certain to be released, however, changes that bring the map design more in line with its Black Ops Cold War integration.