Since its release in March, Call of Duty: Warzone has gone through a whole life cycle. He started out lacking a strong identity, and with only the limited arsenal of Modern warthe basic weapons of. But Infinity Ward has remained committed to the Battle Royale game and has continued to update and improve it. The developer has refined the mechanics, made the game harder to cheat, and with each new season added mountains of new weapons, accessories, and skins.
Warzone is also the place where the Call of Duty entry from last year and this year will meet. In December, at the start of the new season of the series, all Cold War Black OpsThe weapons, advantages, accessories and equipment of Warzone, where players can use it with their Modern war weapons.
This is the first time that two Call of Duty sequels have crossed paths, but it’s hard not to think how WarzoneThe series model could also work for the series multiplayer.
Cold War Black Ops launched with 29 weapons including handguns. The game only offers eight maps for the base game modes and two exclusive to a single mode. This puts Cold War Black Ops on the low end of offerings for most Call of Duty games. It’s even worse when it’s compared to Warzone, which now has 58 weapons – and that’s not including the weapons of Cold War Black Ops this should happen in the next few weeks. While this offer is light for a full game, it would be perfect for a major update to the arsenal and card collection of an already existing game.
Rather than releasing a full-fledged multiplayer sequel every year, with new mechanics and a revamped collection of weapons and maps, why not build a solid foundation and then add content in exactly the same way as Warzone at? For years, the case for Call of Duty sequels seemed to be that it was difficult to keep players interested in multiplayer after a long time without releasing a new game. However, after more than a decade of games in progress. persistent line, we know this is not true. Games like Fortnite and League of Legends have had no trouble keeping players, and even growing through regular updates, and the past eight months have proven that Warzone can do the same for Call of Duty.
Another argument for releasing sequels is that simply updating the same game would rob players of the sense of progression that has always made new releases of Call of Duty exciting. But it’s a problem that Cold War Black Ops has in fact already solved on its own. Cold War Black Ops will borrow the extremely popular seasons format which Warzone has been used all year round, but with an added touch. With each new season, player ranks will reset and they will be able to gain new ranks and even Prestige levels. This means that players will have new levels to earn every few months, rather than every year with the release of a new game.
Previous versions of Call of Duty struggled to make cosmetics feel relevant and worth buying, but thanks to inventive skin packs and a solid battle pass, Warzone ultimately succeeded in making free-to-play a viable model for Call of Duty’s success. This gives players another reason to continue to log in through seasons as they attempt to progress towards each new reward.
Call of Duty: Warzone is probably the most updated and improved Call of Duty experience ever released. It’s proven that the series can handle mountains of additional content after release, grab people’s attention, and get better with more tweaks. It’s time for the series’ traditional multiplayer modes to follow in these successful footsteps.