Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 5 is imminent now that Season 4 is coming to a close. Players have high hopes for the new season as Infinity Ward has been teasing big map changes for Warzone. Map changes are something that have happened regularly in Fortnite and other battle royales so players are excited to see how Call of Duty handles Verdansk's first geographical shift.
Here's everything we know so far about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 5.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 5 release date
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 5 will begin on August 5, according to an official tweet from the Call of Duty Twitter account.
In Season Four, you upped your game, but we're not done yet. #Warzone #ModernWarfare8.5.20 pic.twitter.com/bZAMETD2xiAugust 2, 2020
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 5 trailer
The Modern Warfare Season 5 trailer reveals the new stadium location, an active train on the map and some other fun additions to Warzone mode. Check it out right here.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 5 leaks, weapons and operator
Call of Duty data miners have discovered a few bits and pieces of what Season 5 will include including the M200, R700 Sniper Rifle, and the SPAS-12, although weapons have been data-mined and then not included before.
A new operator named Wood, which is similar to the lead character's name in Black Ops, has been data mined by players leading them to believe that Warzone will bridge the worlds of Modern Warfare and Black Ops starting with the upcoming season. Soap MacTavish, a long time favorite for fans, has also been rumored.
Scrapyard and Highrise, two well known maps from previous games, are also rumored to be returning after fans found files referencing both locales.
Call of Duty: Warzone Season 5 updates
All sorts of rumors, sourced from data mining and Infinity Ward teases, hint at big map changes coming to Verdansk in the new season. Several reports indicate that Activision is trying to align Warzone with the next mainline Call of Duty title, another Black Ops game.
Over the last few months players have been hunting down clues, deciphering Russian phone calls, and cracking open bunkers in the leadup to what many believe will be a nuclear explosion that makes the map resemble a Cold War setting. Notable changes to the current map include opening the stadium and the addition of a loot train that circles the map similar to the one in Apex Legends.
Fans thought some of these changes were coming in Season 4 so we'll have to wait and see what actually happens in August.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 5 battle pass
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 5’s battle pass is expected to run a similar price tag as previous seasons: $9.99 (£8.39 / AU$15) or 1,000 COD Points. It'll most likely include 100 unlockable tiers that give you new weapon skins, operators, items, and COD Points so you can buy other cosmetic items. There will also be options to purchase a bundle (one is currently available for $19.99) that includes extra COD points and a battle pass subscription.