The sixth season of Call of Duty: Warzone begins this September 29, and with it comes a bunch of new content that will definitely keep you playing for days.
To celebrate the upcoming season, Activision has released a new Call of Duty: Warzone Season 6 trailer which showcases all the new features you’ll find in the game once the update drops at 2AM ET.
However, asides from this highly-anticipated update, there are other things you should be excited about. You see, if you check the trailer until the end, Activision confirms that the free-to-play battle royale will have a horror-themed Halloween event beginning October 20.
There’s not much to go on, as the announcement was only briefly teased in the trailer with the background image of a dark, spooky forest, along with a creepy laugh. The words “The Haunting Begins” simply show up after.
On the other hand, what we do know is that the Halloween-event will only be featured as a limited-time mode that has exclusive rewards. The event will then end on November 20.
At the moment, Activision has yet to reveal more information about the Warzone Halloween event. However, there have been previous leaks that have given the fans a good impression of what to expect.
For one thing, it’s highly possible that Activision will be adding zombies to the map during the Warzone Halloween event. After all, zombies in Warzone have been leaked multiple times before. So, it’s just a matter of time before they get officially released in the game.
Based on the leaks, these zombies will be made even stronger by the poison gas. Not only that, but there might even be a limited-time mode that allows you to become a zombie yourself.
We just have to wait a bit more, since Activision will most likely reveal new details about the event the closer we get to October 20.
Another possibility is that a Night version of Verdansk will be used during the Halloween event, which will definitely increase the creepy vibes significantly. In the new Call of Duty: Warzone Season 6 trailer, we can see that a night map has been added to the game. As such, it would make sense if this was included as a part of the upcoming spooky event.
For now, we are still mostly in the dark when it comes to the Warzone Halloween-event. However, in other news, the trailer for the sixth season has been more than eye-opening, providing us with crucial information about what we can expect in this new update.
For one thing, players can start making use of an all-new vehicle type starting September 29. An armored truck that has a mounted turret will be added to Warzone and we can’t wait to test it out.
As previously guaranteed, Warzone will also have subway stations in this update, giving players various transportation options to take advantage of.
Warzone Season 6 is most likely going to be the last seasonal update that will be intertwined with Modern Warfare. Once the highly-awaited Black Ops: Cold War gets released, Warzone will be tied to that game instead.