Call of Duty: Warzone- Open stadium and Running train in Season 5?

It has been a long time since the development of Call of Duty: Warzone has been in a development stage. In the next season, it seems that there are big changes to the map of the game, Verdansk. Verdansk is the battle royale map in Call of Duty: Warzone, and it has changed a little bit since the launch of the game. The running meta game of locked bunkers can be considered as the map’s way of evolving. However, some of the bunkers opened up themselves, but the rest of the layout of the map remained the same. According to the VGC, in season 5, it is expected that the map will finally be seeing meaningful changes.

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Call of Duty Warzone Poster
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What are the changes made to the Call of Duty: Warzone?

As the site is saying, the first change will be the stadium, which sits near the downtime area of the game. It will open, revealing a big interior that will offer loot to the players, and here, players can involve in fights. The particular change has been shown in a screenshot that is released officially. In the screenshot, we can also see hard wires that are more likely to be climbed upon to get to the top of the stadium. Those who climb tall buildings through their elevator shafts can relate well with the update.

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Call of Duty Warzone Gameplay
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Moreover, according to the reports, a running train will also be added to the map. Players will be boarding the train and loot it, and it is similar to the latest additions in Apex Legends and PUBG. These all are the parts of the update that are ready to be tied up to the next game rumored to be called the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.

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