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Call Of Duty: Warzone developers Infinity Ward and Raven Software have been teasing what players can expect when Season 4 of the free-to-play battle royale drops.
Season 3 launched at the beginning of April, bringing with it a bunch of new content... and the beginnings of what looks to be an actual story of sorts. Modern Warfare's Alex, who fans thought to be dead after the game's single-player campaign, made a return as a playable operator.
Players have also been desperate to figure out the meaning behind the mysterious locked bunkers in the game's map. More recently, the appearance of keycard items with no clear purpose have left us all scratching our heads. Are all these strands connected? It's unclear, but it seems like Season 4 will start to address some of these mysteries.
Infinity Ward's narrative director Taylor Kurosaki revealed in an interview with GamerGen that new characters will be dropping into Verdansk to join the fight. He also suggested that there'll be more mysteries and clues to follow when the new season launches.
"Players have already discovered that there is a whole other part of Verdansk they haven't seen yet," he teased. "They have found clues, and that there is more than meets the eye in this city. Season 4 will unravel some of those mysteries and unlock some of them for our players."
"As the battle in Verdansk wages on, things will grow more desperate," he continued. "There are going to be more and more fighters sent in to turn the tide and we're very excited to get our players to see and join alongside these new great warriors as they continue to fight."
Raven's creative director Amos Hodge added that we can expect new loot, modes, and even field upgrades. Dataminers recently uncovered references to no less than 13 new playlists for the battle royale that promise to shake up the gameplay in fun and unexpected ways. This is more than likely what Hodge was referring to.
Kurosaki also clarified his comments from a few months back that Warzone would have Fortnite-like events. He wanted to make clear that the two games are very different in tone and style, and that they'll be taking different approaches. Basically, don't expect a Travis Scott concert in Warzone anytime soon.
"I wouldn't say they're Fortnite-like events, because Fortnite is such a different type of a game than Modern Warfare. With Fortnite you know that the world is ever evolving and ever changing so much you kind of don't want to go away from it or you might miss something. It's the same thing with Warzone."
It's not yet confirmed, but Season 4 of Call Of Duty: Warzone is widely expected to kick off at some point in early June. All I want is some insight into when those damn bunkers are opening, personally.
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