Call Of Duty Halloween Event Coming To Modern Warfare And Warzone

With the Season 6 update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone now live on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, publisher Activision has detailed the new content coming to both games. Among the things you can expect to see during Season 6 is a Halloween-themed event called The Haunting of Verdansk, and while it largely remains a mystery at this point, we do know when it starts.

The Haunting of Verdansk will run from October 20 to November 3. Activision has not specified what the event consists of exactly, but there will be limited-time modes, rewards, and more. Whatever the Haunting of Verdansk has to offer, though, will take place during Season 6. Check out the Season 6 roadmap below, which highlights the Halloween-themed event, additional Operators, new maps and modes, and extra weapons.

One of the bigger changes coming to Warzone in particular is the addition of a brand-new subway station. Activision shared a Season 6 overview trailer spotlighting the new locations that come with the underground train station, such as the station itself, a downtown district, and the Verdansk airport. We’ve rounded up everything we know about Season 6, including the story, battle pass, file size, map and weapon rotations, and more.

A new Call of Duty game is coming later this year, called Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. It’s a direct sequel to the original Black Ops, and will not feature a new battle royale–but unlike Black Ops 4, it will have a campaign. It will also have a Zombies mode, and it’s scheduled to launch soon after the Modern Warfare event ends. That means the spooky moments won’t have to end.

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