Call of Duty Warzone: first clues to Season 2 found?

Since Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War hit the market, Warzone players have gotten a whole host of new content in the free-to-play battle royale title as well. Now that the new Season 1 has been going on for several months, many are starting to ask when the second season arrives. Answer that may have received the first answers, which would be found right inside Call of Duty Warzone.

In these last hours, it seems that Activision is preparing for an announcement related to the second season of Call of Duty Warzone. The first to notice that there is something in the air were some players who, while they were in a game, started to spot several visual glitches, but not only, inside the Verdansk map they are signaling the presence of strange visions and noises.

According to the first reports appeared on Twitter, a player on Rebirth Island was hit by a shock of static electricity and shortly afterwards visual effects appeared on the sides of the screen, while others signal a sudden noise like an acoustic signal. This event is similar to the in-game announcement of Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, when battle royale competitors often found themselves reporting strange glitches in Warzone.

What some fans are discovering within Call of Duty Warzone could herald a really big announcement from Activision, and the odds at the moment all point towards the arrival of the second season of Warzone. After all, it’s been several months now that the first season has opened its doors to fans of COD battle royale. What do you think of these glitches? Believe that behind all this there is really the announcement of Season 2, or are you expecting some surprises?


Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.

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