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'Call Of Duty: Warzone' Season 6 Is Destroying Verdansk... Again

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'Call Of Duty: Warzone' Season 6 Is Destroying Verdansk... Again

The trailer for Season 6 of Call Of Duty: Warzone dropped last night and it looks like Verdansk is being treated to some R&R - remodelling and renovation through a number of enormous explosions.

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Question: is Verdansk the worst place to live in the world? Answer: it's got to be in the top three, surely. In Modern Warfare, the city was ravaged by the destruction of Al-Qatala-Aljahdid, a terrorist group which was actually under the control of Victor Zakhaev. Once discovered, he then started ferrying radioactive material and dirty bombs through its underground system. Then, when Zakhaev was eliminated, the zombies came from a crashed ship and the only course of action was to nuke the entire thing.

Like, I know that no one actually lives in Verdansk and it's only populated by players running round trying to shoot each other. But, for the purpose of the exercise, just imagine what a nightmare going to pick up a pint of milk from the shop would be. In the latest trailer for Season 6 of the game, some significant locations are blown to smithereens ahead of the launch on October 7th.

Check out the most mind-blowing plays from the cream of the crop of Warzone competitors... and the other ones. To be fair, there's no rule about abandoning the game and forming a conga line.

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As you can see in the trailer, Stitch and Adler are at each other's throats again, now that the latter has been freed from torture, and Alex Mason even appears for a few scenes. Players are pretty sure that Alex will be the game's next Operator, though Activision hasn't stated either way.

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But, what's really revving the engines of fans is the possible loss of the Stadium which is swallowed up in a subterranean explosion. They're excited about the opportunities a refresh like this offers... and some are likely relishing the incoming opportunity to complain.

When Verdansk turned back time to 1984, one good sport called it "the most disappointing sh*t they could have come up with." It's plausible that, with these explosions under the Stadium and rippling into Downtown, Warzone is taking a leaf out of Apex Legends' book with a riff on that game' Town Takeovers. These alter one specific part of the map, offering new challenges and combat options for competitors.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Call of Duty Warzone, Call of Duty, Activision

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