Infinity Ward gets ready for Season 5 of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone with another teaser video. The new clip was released this time via the Twitch streamer TeeP: In the video you can see through a surveillance camera into a room on the Warzone map Verdansk. A powerful explosion can also be heard. Players suspect that it is a detonated atomic bomb. It has always been speculated before that the Warzone map could change significantly if a nuclear missile is struck. Season 5 will most likely start on August 5th.
Infinity Ward released another Season 5 teaser trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone. This time the clip was released on the Twitch streamer TeeP. In the short video you take a look through a surveillance camera into a room on the Warzone map Verdansk. A powerful explosion can be seen at the end of the clip: fans suspect that it could have been a detonated atomic bomb. It remains to be seen whether the rumors are true: shortly after the explosion, the video ends abruptly.
Rumors of an atomic bomb in Call of Duty: Warzone have been around for a few weeks. Fans speculate that the map could change significantly after a nuclear attack. The background to the speculations is, for example, the atomic bomb housed in bunker 11. There is also a red button in the vault, which may activate the explosive device.
The first clip for Season 5 already suggested that changes were pending for the Battle Royale map: Among other things, the video showed a train that is reported to circle the field in the future. More details on the new season are expected to follow in the coming days. The new season for Modern Warfare and Warzone is expected to start on August 5. By the way, since yesterday there is a new one Playlist update for the first person shooter live. (buy now for 58.06 €)
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