The ongoing Season 6 of Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Warzone has added some interesting features and game modes to the title. “The Haunting of Verdansk” is the latest LTM in Call of Duty Warzone, which has managed to impress the fans. Although, with the Black Ops Cold War title coming out in less than a month, does Activision plan to keep updating Modern Warfare?
There is no official response to this question yet. But according to what popular leaks have mentioned, fans will probably be disappointed. Earlier, popular COD leaks channel Modern Warzone had tweeted #ModernWarfare “should stay updated until about 6 months before release of COD 2021. Expecting small ‘content drops’ after Season 6. We still can not confirm or deny the 7th season, but rumors are Season 6 will be the last.”
🚨 Breaking 🚨#ModernWarfare "should stay updated until about 6 months before release of COD 2021." Expecting small 'content drops' after Season 6.
— ModernWarzone (@ModernWarzone) September 10, 2020
Call of Duty Modern Warfare Season 6 may be the last update
Well, this is indeed disappointing to hear for fans who may not be ready yet to switch to the latest version of CoD. Nevertheless, this is the cost of releasing a new title every year for Activision. The older titles are rendered obsolete just a few months after the new one comes out. With the advent of Black Ops Cold War, Modern Warfare will lose its place in the CoD League too.
While MW was indeed a refreshing title with a great multiplayer experience, it will eventually have to make way for the next game.
Although, Activision may not completely stop updating the game. They may even surprise fans with one last update around the holiday season. Furthermore, it also seems that the update pattern for Warzone will change with the arrival of Black Ops Cold War. The game is going to be a part of Warzone, but the nature of it isn’t known yet. It is possible that it resets and starts from Season 1. Warzone may also feature a separate Black Ops Cold War section.
Black Ops Cold War will bring a lot of new additions to CoD which fans saw in the beta. Obviously, there was a lot of feedback from the players and the developers have a lot of work to do. Consequently, when the final version of the game comes out, players can expect it to be a lot more stable and polished than the beta.
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