Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War runs on a new engine, but it looks like Warzone won’t make the switch, despite the fact that weapons, drivers, and payloads from the latest Call of Duty game will be brings to Warzone as part of cross-franchise integration, due in December.This decision means Warzone will feel the same to play, even if the war tools you use could be drastically changed by the update (although currently, themed devices Modern Warfare will be re-provided to the player). Similarly, that means playing Warzone and Black Ops Cold War side by side could get some people used to each other.
Some players on the same ResetEra thread were concerned about how Black Ops Cold War̵7;s arsenal would be balanced in Warzone as they made the jump between engines. We’re sure we’ll hear more about that as the game’s integration gets more detailed.
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