Today is the one-year anniversary of Call of Duty: Warzone and the immensely successful battle royale game is keeping it low-key. After a year packed with gulag battles, final circle confrontations, bugs, crashes, in-game incidents, and the ever-changing meta of guns in Warzone, fans will focus on the year with the Warzone Report.
Fans of Call of Duty: Warzone have a lot of concerns about what the next year will bring as the game approaches its one-year anniversary. The question of whether or not a new map is on the way is at the forefront.
Fans have been clamoring for a new map since last summer, but as the first anniversary approached, the demand became even stronger. A vast number of rumors and suspected leaks say that transition is on the way, with Verdansk being obliterated by a nuke or nukes being the most possible scenario.
Although fans are still busy speculating on what could be coming to Call of Duty: Warzone, the official Call of Duty Twitter account has made the Warzone Report feature available for players to review their stats from the previous year.
When players respond to a post with their Activision account name/number, they will get a map with the player’s kill/death ratio, hours played, and wins, as well as a few other stats relevant to those numbers.
This content is included in the game and on several websites, but in a neat tidy box like this, the Warzone Report gives players a simple image to spam out to their squadmates and brag about with ease.
One year of Warzone. Countless matches.
— Call of Duty ⚠️ (@CallofDuty) March 10, 2021
Although not everybody will be Aydan and his crew smashing the Warzone squad kill record in a wagers match, others will be happily shocked to discover their stats are higher than they expected. Though several players still obsessively monitor their in-game stats and are well aware of their standings.
Warzone has been the unofficial centerpiece of the Call of Duty series, drawing a broad player base and welcoming many newcomers to the COD universe. As a result, rumors that Call of Duty 2021 will be announced in Warzone seem to be real. Given Warzone’s continued popularity, a similar in-game occurrence for COD 2021 seems logical.
With zombies slowly entering Verdansk, or so people think, the anniversary antics might not be limited to just the Warzone Report, but fans may have to wait and see what else happens now that Year 2 is officially underway.