Warzone 2 is almost upon us, and many players are questioning whether their already-bought cosmetics, Operators, skins, and more will transfer over from the original Warzone. Here’s the run-down on what to expect.
Warzone enables players to use Modern Warfare, Cold War, and Vanguard Operators, as well as all of the unique skins or outfits that can be used on them. Loadouts can also contain weapons from across all three titles, which has added a tremendous amount of diversity to the game.
However, with the arrival of Warzone 2, there have been concerns about whether Operators and skins will be transferable, especially for those who have poured plenty of money into the battle royale title. Unlike the current iteration of Warzone, the sequel is a “completely new game,” on a brand new engine to more closely align it with Modern Warfare II.
While it’s still early days and details remain scarce, here’s a full rundown of everything we currently know about Warzone 2 Operators and skin transfers.
Will Warzone skins and Operators transfer to Warzone 2?
Activision has announced that previous content such as Operators, weapon skins, and blueprints will not transfer over from the original Warzone.
Instead, Warzone 2.0 will feature new Modern Warfare II content, systems, and brand-new progression. The developers stated that “today’s Warzone will continue as a separate experience” and “will include a continuation of player progression.”
So, fear not: you won’t lose the Warzone cosmetics you already bought, and will be able to use them in your journeys across Caldera if you return to the original battle royale title.
The only difference is that you won’t be able to use them in Warzone 2 and instead can utilize the new Battle Pass as well as the CoD Store to get your new skins, outfits, Calling Cards, and more.