From its launch to what’s happening so far in Season Two, we thank you, the community, for joining us for the final year of Warzone.
On this day, a year ago, Call of Duty launched its first massively multiplatform combat experience, free to play and for all, known as Warzone.
As tensions continue to rise across Verdansk, we want to extend our appreciation for the moments you helped make possible over the past year. During that time, you were a fundamental part of some of its most exciting moments, the ones we are remembering for this historic date in the history of Call of Duty.
But first, here’s how you can share what you personally accomplished last year at Warzone:
If you need ultimate bragging rights, then we’ve got you covered.
— Call of Duty 🧟 (@CallofDuty) March 10, 2021
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Now live on the Twitter of @Call of Duty, you can get a custom #WarzoneReport showing your latest combat history stats in Warzone, allowing you to compare yourself to other members of the community and maybe bring home some bragging rights among your friends. Think of this as a verified way to show your leaderboard stats to the world.
Just click the button in the following Tweet, reply to @CallofDuty with your gamertag and the #WarzoneReport hashtag to get a personal insight into Kills, Deaths, K / D Ratio, hours played, games played, and wins over the past year.
Warzone Year One: Highlights
It all started with Season Three of Modern Warfare, where Infinity Ward and Raven Software introduced us to Verdansk. The largest map ever seen in Call of Duty allowed the community to use the full roster of Modern Warfare Operators and weapons to fight for victory in a Battle Royale, or get the most in-game cash at Plunder.
It’s #Warzone‘s 1st birthday! 🥳🎂🍾
It’s been an action-packed 365 days chock-full of parachutes, contracts, loadout drops, killstreaks, gulags, final circles, Ws (& Ls)… with much more to come.
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) March 10, 2021
Season Four reinforced Warzone via Captain Price as a playable Operator and three new weapons, along with the limited-time 200-player Battle Royale that filled Verdansk from the Dam to the Gulag. All of this set the bar for what future seasons of content would look like, from simultaneous releases of Battle Pass items between games to limited-time modes that shook up the traditional Battle Royale formula.
Then came Season Five – here, Verdansk saw its first major expansion thanks to an elite force known as the Shadow Company. Led by Lerch, this new faction blew up the gates (and roof) of the Verdansk stadium to open them wide with an explosive entrance, granting us a massive new point of interest to explore in addition to the interior of the station. train and a freight train carrying high value freight items around the western half of the map.
As the community continued to settle in Verdansk and explore these new points of interest, something else was moving behind the scenes: the global reveal of the next game of Call of Duty that would take place completely within Warzone.
On August 26, community members updated their game just to see a playlist: “Know Your Story.” Here, Treyarch introduced us Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War through an intricate operation in Verdansk, which ultimately resulted in an aerial bombardment near the Stadium and the world premiere of the game’s reveal trailer.
Before the launch of Black Ops Cold War, another important event came to Warzone during Season Six: The Haunting of Verdansk. With the help of two blockbuster horror movie icons, Verdansk became the ultimate haven for the Halloween season as Operators could infiltrate the city at night, turn undead, and search for caches of supplies from Trick-or-treating, which revealed some fantastic items or a terrifying scare.
Black Ops Cold War y Warzone – Renaissance and reckoning
After Black Ops Cold War, developed by Treyarch and Raven, Warzone saw another massive expansion to its Operator roster with over a dozen additional Operators launching, and every weapon in the game during Season One. This season of Black Ops Cold War It also introduced a new fast-paced experience known as Rebirth Island, where squads can once again engage in frenetic fights thanks to the Resurgence rules.
And now, during the first anniversary of Warzone, we are in Season Two, where Verdansk is prepared for a reckoning.
A cursed ship known as the Vodianoy crashed and spilled its otherworldly cargo into the city, with the Operators desperately trying to contain this new threat within the ship’s hull.
It seems that after a year of quiet sailing, Warzone you’ll have to prepare for a never-before-seen threat in Verdansk, and any Operator wishing to survive will have to save the celebration for another time and get back to the fight before it’s too late.
Once again, thank you, the community, for being with us during the last year of Warzone. With the story of Season Two continuing through the game’s one-year milestone, we can’t wait to share with you what’s in store for you next year… but you’d better experience it for yourself.
Execute the mission.