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Over the past couple of days, the leaks for Call of Duty: Warzone have slowed down quite a bit. A battle royale expansion for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Warzone has a ton of details floating around it. However, none are officially confirmed by Activision. Of course, some hold more weight than others, like the one we’re talking about today. According to VGC News, a source close to Warzone’s development has given a rough release date for the battle royale, being early March.
Warzone release date revealed?
Any leak, future or current, cannot be substantiated by anyone in the community. Even so, some sources are more trustworthy than others, like in the cases of this and the other leaks we’ve reported on.
While a “source” doesn’t have a name attached to them, most of the time they give out correct information. We saw this for months leading up to Modern Warfare’s initial release in October. However, Warzone is a bit different, as absolutely nothing is confirmed for the battle royale.
Nonetheless, we still somewhat believe the source that VGC News has near Infinity Ward. According to them, Warzone is set to release on Tuesday, Mar. 10. This makes sense, as any major update for Infinity Ward occurs on a Tuesday.
Furthermore, the source states that Warzone will be free-to-play within Modern Warfare. It will also release as a standalone title sometime in the near future. This is old news, as TheGamingRevolution, another known leaker, reported on this months ago.
If all of the leaks hold up, then we should see start to hear official news about Warzone in the coming weeks. Activision is reportedly waiting to drop any official information until the day before or even day of release.
Make sure to keep up with Daily Esports for all Warzone and Modern Warfare news.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.