A huge Call of Duty patch is being released later this week. The season 5 of Call of Duty Warzone will also begin along with this patch for Call of Duty Modern Warfare.
Developers of Call of Duty, Infinity Ward, have revealed more information about this week’s release. There are some big changes, which are coming with season 5. The updated will have additional content and will also contain “optimized asset packs.”
Call of Duty also recently released a trailer in which we saw the emergence of a new faction which is called Shadow Company. The faction will be part of both Warzone and Modern Warfare.
Call of Duty Season 5 trailer :
A new faction enters the fray.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) July 30, 2020
Call of Duty Warzone Season 5 release date ?
Initial reports said that Season 5 will begin on August 4th. However, Activision late confirmed that Season 5 will launch on Wednesday, August 5th. It is expected to be available from 2 PM Eastern Time.
What is the size of Warzone Season 5 update?
Activision stated that this update would be pretty heavy. But, once updated, the overall space the game takes up on your hard drive will reduce. This is what happened with the season 4 patch as well.
The Call of Duty Season 5 Warzone update is expected to be over 36+ GB. Those playing on the PS4 can preload the updates now.
What are the Warzone season 5 Stadium changes?
Perhaps the biggest change coming in Season 5 Warzone is the opening/destruction of the Stadium. The concept is that in previous seasons, players couldn’t enter the Stadium. Only landing on it and looting around it was possible. However, there are teasers in which a small bomb could possibly blast it open, allowing players to enter the Stadium and fight inside the compound.
— Call of Duty News (@charlieINTEL) July 21, 2020
Call of Duty has also added some speculation to this. They recently put up a post on Twitter asking fans to suggest names to the Stadium.
If the Stadium had a name, what would it be? Our doors are open to ideas.
Drop ’em below. pic.twitter.com/jsqUeXhepC
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) July 29, 2020