Call Of Duty Warzone Teaser: A Possible Stadium Explosion In Season 5

Just a day after revealing the first teaser for the new season of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and War zone, Activation has released yet another, only this time something else.

While  Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty War zone have received a fair amount of content these months, the arrival of a new season is synonymous with new content. And that is exactly what many are hoping will come shortly.

The new season, number 5, will launch during the next month of August, although that is if nothing breaks with the current plan. From Activation, it does not seem that they are going to delay anything, since it has been releasing the odd teaser for the new season, like yesterday.

Now it seems like there is one more teaser, this time from another steamer known as Te epee. In the video, also only a few seconds long, appears what appears to be a security camera inside a building, although many players will recognize what building it is as soon as they see it.


The building in question is the non-accessible area of ​​the stadium on the Call of duty Warzone map. The camera is recording smoothly, only a moment later when the video starts you can see a strong light followed by an explosion that leaves the image without a signal, followed by Teepee\’s astonished face.

This would leave gambling about the future of Warzone open, as many believed that there would be an explosion. Even Activision after posting a picture of a giant structure with the roof open. Although the video could be saying that this explosion would serve to open a hole and that the players could finally enter.

Everything said the teaser would indicate something contrary since there have been bunker tracks scattered across the map. Also, the ModernWarzone data miner released a tweet stating that a season 5 still-to-launch cinematic begins with a sagging haul, perhaps ending in what can be seen in the teaser.

What will finally happen with the arrival of season 5?

\” nintendoinquirer\” will provide further updates when more information is available.



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