The future seemed uncertain at first, but now we have a look at how Warzone will integrate itself with future Call of Duty games.
In an interview from GamerGen with Infinity Ward’s narrative director, Taylor Kurosaki and creative director of Raven Software Amos Hodge spoke about how Call of Duty: Warzone will connect to other entries.
“We’re in kind of uncharted territories here. Call of Duty has been on a very regular cadence for many many years, and Warzone has made us rethink exactly how best to release new content and how to integrate it,” Kurosaki said. “Call of Duty is a genre in itself, there are different branches in the Call of Duty tree, but they’re all connected in some ways. Warzone will be the through line that connects all of the different various sub-franchises of Call of Duty. It’s going to be really cool to see how the different sub-franchises sort of come in and out of focus, but Warzone will be the one constant.”
As it moves forward with whatever the next Call of Duty, that means Warzone will come to the next-generation of consoles. Both Sony and Microsoft expect their new hardware, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, to land their release windows of holiday 2020.
Not only will you be able to play Warzone still when you buy future Call of Duty, but you will also have more content in the main game right now. Season four will hold new modes, weapons, and upgrades for people battling it out to be the last one standing.
Call of Duty: Warzone has taken the world by storm by reaching 50 million players after one month. It adds to the much-needed competition between other titles in the genre like Apex Legends, PUBG, and Fortnite, all of which had or currently have similar numbers.