The last major update for Call of Duty: Warzone has come to an end, two-and-a-half years after the fantastically popular battle royale was launched and changed the series forever.
Following the successful launch of 2019''s Modern Warfare soft reboot, Warzone was a worldwide hit by lockdowns, which resulted in billions of dollars being invested in Activision.
Three major maps are seen: Verdansk, Rebirth, and Caldera, both due to their sometimes awkward collaboration with Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and Vanguard, and crossovers with some of the world''s greatest names.
In a blog post, Warzone announces a 6GB mid-season five upgrade that includes a final set of quality of life improvements and a "greatest hits" package of modes. In addition, playlist rotations will occur once per week.
Here''s a great touch: card sets from "Warzone Stories" that are free to everyone as a thank you to the community, and with nods to some of Warzone''s famous meta weapons, such as the Grau and the DMR 14 from the Cold War.
When you load into Warzone, the last season five update includes a fresh cinematic outro from Butcher.
The last film about Butcher is set to premiere on Exfil. pic.twitter.com/rC0PuIoCbN.
All of this is leading up to the May launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and the November launch of Warzone 2.0., which has been hailed by some Warzone players because it resets inventories and progress.