Warzone 2 release date revealed in Activision documents leak 

Ryan Lemay
Warzone 2 artwork

An internal document revealed release dates for several upcoming Activision and Blizzard projects, including an official release date for Warzone 2.

Details have been few and far between for the upcoming Warzone sequel. We know that Warzone 2 is being built from the “ground up using a new engine,” and swimming will be a critical new feature.

It was also revealed that this new arrival would wipe the slate clean with all new systems, content, and progression. The original game will continue as a “separate experience.”

On May 18, Tom Henderson claimed via eXputer that he had been able to verify the full Warzone 2 map layout and now it appears we may finally know the official release date after an internal leak.

World of Warcraft news site reveals Warzone 2 release date

Wowhead, a World of Warcraft news site, shared internal documents on social media that seem to confirm release dates for several massive Activision and Blizzard projects.

For Warzone 2, that date looks to be November 16, confirming the developers’ promise that the game would be arriving this year.

For anyone who missed it, Activision previously stated that “fans everywhere can look forward to a new Warzone 2.0 experience releasing this year, the evolution in Battle Royale with a brand-new play space.”

Of course, Modern Warfare 2 officially launches on October 28, which means players will have a full three weeks of grinding multiplayer for weapon unlocks before jumping into the much-anticipated sequel.

All leaks must be taken with a pinch of salt, but this news will surely excite Warzone fans all over the globe.

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