Call of Duty: Warzone may be upgraded for Xbox Series X

Joanna Estrada
May 4, 2020

Well, not only Warzone players, but the same issue is being detected when users are trying to enter a multiplayer match making in Modern Warfare.

It's only been a couple of months since the free-to-play Call of Duty: Warzone launched for Xbox One and other platforms, and it's already racked up a massive player base. Call of Duty is fleeting, though, and eventually players will be duking it out in a new game, and then another, and then another, until the heat death of the universe.

"We're in kind of uncharted territories here", explained Infinity Ward's Taylor Kuroski in an interview with GamerGen.

Apparently, it won't be affected at all, and what's more, Infinity Ward thinks it will be the "line" that connects the different Call of Duty sub-franchises together, which is a very bold claim.

At the moment, Warzone is very much a Modern Warfare spin-off, drawing everything from its operators to its aesthetic from the reboot. The new mode has Activision rethinking how new content will work in future, but while different sub-franchises "come in and out of focus [.] Warzone will be the one constant".

The Call of Duty franchise has been dabbling in the battle royale for a little while now, with both Black Ops 4's Blackout mode and the arrival of Modern Warfare's Warzone. As the battle in Verdansk wages on, things will grow more desperate. In terms of new gameplay features, Hodge, says that Raven Software is constantly working on new modes, and new items that can be added to Loadouts are on their way.

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