Warzone 2.0 is triumphant, being the number one topic in the gaming world for several good weeks. But, as announced, Activision brought the “one” back to life under a different name. And, as it turns out, in a very truncated form.
Call of Duty: Warzone is now “Warzone: Caldera,” where the subtitle refers to the available map. And unfortunately, only her – even though there was quite a lot of content in the original, with smaller maps and various gameplay variants at the forefront, there is no trace of them. There is also no Battle Pass integration with Warzone 2.0 or the ability to unlock content that was previously available in the past.
Everything seems to indicate that Warzone: Caldera is a kind of commercial for “two” – it is supposed to discourage those who have not yet moved to the game, as indicated by the aggressive continuation ads in the game menu.
An interesting fact, however, is that Warzone: Mobile is coming to mobile devices with an original, originally available map and, above all, integration with the Warzone 2.0 Battle Pass. So it seems that of the three, only “Caldera” will be pushed into the corner.
Suffice it to say that the return of the game to the servers is not even mentioned by the official Call of Duty profile on Twitter. Meanwhile, Warzone 2.0 crossed the barrier of 25 million players in just 5 days – although it is worth mentioning that it is probably about the number of people who have launched the game at least once.