The next few weeks in gaming are going to be extraordinarily exciting for basically everyone.
Whether you're hyped about the PS5 and Xbox Series X or not, there are loads of games coming out, and that means there's likely to be something for everyone.
One of the most exciting releases is Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, but a lot of CoD fans are wondering what's going to happen to Warzone when it releases.
So, here's everything you need to know about Warzone and Black Ops Cold War.
Will Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War have Warzone?
The key thing to note here is that while Black Ops Cold War won't have Warzone as such, it will still be supporting it.
That means, as the Call of Duty blog explains that "Warzone players will begin seeing new Black Ops Cold War content coming to all modes of the Call of Duty Battle Royale experience."
"This is only the beginning: Like every off-the-books clandestine operation, expect to uncover more secrets, and experience memorable moments as the Cold War heats up across Verdansk (and beyond) in the months and seasons ahead"
So, yeah, Warzone is going to keep coming and evolving alongside the new Call of Duty game, speaking of which, when is it out?
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When is Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War coming out?
The next CoD game, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, will be coming out on November 13th.
It's at this point that things will start bleeding into Warzone and you'll be able to get a new fix of brand-new multiplayer maps, a new campaign, and plenty of other things.
It's coming to nearly every platform in existence (not the Switch), so the chances are that you'll be able to play it.
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