Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War will gets tons of new additions in season 2
Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War are set to start their second season next week and Treyarch has now given players a glimpse at what content is on the way. The developer released a huge blog post about all of the changes in season 2, along with a convenient season 2 roadmap to help keep track of all the additions.
For Black Ops Cold War, season 2 is bringing four maps, including Apocalypse, set in the Lao jungles, and Miami Strike, a daytime version of the game’s Miami map. The update will also bring in six new weapons including the FARA 83 assault rifle, the LC10 SMG, the R1 Shadowhunter crossbow, two melee weapons, and the ZRG 20mm sniper rifle. This season will also add a brand new Scorestreak in the form of the Death Machine, a portable minigun.
Black Ops Cold War is also getting a new Zombies experience in season 2, called Outbreak. This mode will take place on a map set in the Ural mountains and sounds like one of the biggest Zombies maps ever. The map will include multiple areas, a Dark Aether portal, teleporters, and even vehicles. In its blog post, Treyarch says that it will have even more to say on Outbreak in the days before season 2 launches.
Finally, the blog post also has a few teases about what’s coming to Warzone in season 2, including new points of interest across Verdansk. It seems a mysterious ship that was last spotted on Rebirth Island has made its way to Verdansk. There are also rumblings in certain parts of the map that may indicate some type of underground activity that could change the map. While these teasers certainly hint that something is up with Warzone’s first map, the blog doesn’t go into any more detail on the changes.
As usual for Call of Duty seasons, some of these additions will come on launch week, while others will have to wait until later in the season. Treyarch will likely have much more to say on all of this new content next week before season 2 launches on Feb. 25.
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