Call Of Duty Teases Armored Machines In Season 2 Of Vanguard And Warzone

Call of Duty Sea­son 2 is set to go live on Feb­ru­ary 14th, and Activi­sion is already teas­ing large-scale tank com­bat might be arriv­ing to both Van­guard and Warzone.

In a vague post from the Call of Duty Twit­ter account, Sea­son 2’s pro­mo­tion­al art shows Van­guard oper­a­tors using motor­cy­cles and tanks. “The front­lines are get­ting rein­forced. Get ready for Armored War Machines com­ing to Van­guard and War­zone on Feb­ru­ary 14,” Activi­sion said in the tweet.

Although this is post con­tains lit­tle detail about what will actu­al­ly be com­ing, one can spec­u­late that Sea­son 2’s con­tent could include the return of Ground War mode to mul­ti­play­er. Ground War has been in sev­er­al Call of Duty titles through­out the years, with its most recent inclu­sion to Mod­ern War­fare (2019). This mode pits two teams of 32 play­ers against one another–in large maps that typ­i­cal­ly con­tain tanks and oth­er land vehicles–in Dom­i­na­tion and Team Death­match type matches.

War­zone has also had armored vehi­cles in the past, with modes like Armored Royale. How­ev­er, no spe­cif­ic mode has been revealed yet for the next sea­son of Warzone.

Call of Duty: Van­guard sales for both con­sole and PC did not meet sales goals for Activi­sion Bliz­zard, as seen in their lat­est finan­cial report. Infin­i­ty Ward has already teased its own Call of Duty game, which is expect­ed to be the next game in the series arriv­ing this fall. Despite Microsoft­’s recent pro­pos­al to pur­chase Activi­sion Bliz­zard, the Call of Duty fran­chise will con­tin­ue to launch on PlaySta­tion for the next three years at least.

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