- Players want new content for both games
- Fans also think Activision should rebalance weapons
- The new season should start on February 1
CoD fans are eager to get more content for Warzone 2 and MWII, as the games’ Season 1 seemed somewhat lackluster.
Fans Will Have to Wait Another Month
Last autumn saw the release of the much-anticipated Call of Duty sequel Warzone 2, as well as the if not more eagerly anticipated remake of the most popular CoD game ever – Modern Warfare II. However, with both game’s first season starting on November 16, players seem to notice a lack in content.
Many think that the season has provided just marginal content and fans seem to be eager for a new Battle Pass, updates, and other content for both Warzone 2 and multiplayer. However, it seems that much to the chagrin of fans, the new season is still a long time away.
By looking at the Season 1 Battle Pass, we can see that the current release date for Season 2 of Warzone 2 and MW2 is Wednesday, Feb. 1. This is a Wednesday, but it makes sense when one sees the times when Activision has released previous updates and seasons. The company has consistently been releasing important updates in the middle of the week rather than doing it on weekends.
There is still the possibility that this release date could get pushed back if the developers face issues getting the update ready. But considering it has been a long time since any CoD season has been delayed, the probability Season 2 of Warzone and MWII will be released at a later date remains unlikely.
What Will the New Season Bring?
Another thing that is frustrating CoD fans is that Activision has not shared what Season 2 would bring to the games. It’s known that the new Battle Pass will replace the current one and new bundles will be released in the store. Our limited information also says that at least two weapons will be added to the games and multiplayer will receive one or two new maps.
However, Activision has not revealed any additional details about what’s to come. Speculations range from a new Warzone 2 map, to new content for DMZ/Spec-Ops, to weapon balancing updates. The last one has been a particularly requested thing by fans, with even many streamers saying Warzone 2 needs rebalancing. For example, TimTheTatman recently blasted Warzone 2’s gunplay, giving an example of how brokenly fast the game’s weapons kill players.
Ultimately, fans will just have to wait a few more weeks and hope Activision brings the much needed change with the games’ next season.