Call of Duty Warzone Nuke Event is Coming in April

Call of Duty Warzone Nuke Event is Coming in April

The latest leaked information about the nuke event in Call of Duty Warzone suggests that the destruction of the Verdansk map will now take place in the month of April rather than March. Many had assumed that the event would take place at the start of Season 2 of Warzone, but it now looks more likely it will be some sort of tie in with an upcoming zombie outbreak in Verdansk. The official Call of Duty Twitter account has even teased some sort of catastrophe with fictional news reports.

Rumours, that the Verdansk map will be destroyed and permanently removed from Warzone have been circulating for many weeks. Many have reported that Activision and Raven Software are planning some sort of massive event that would mark the end of the battle royal map, which will then be replaced with a completely new location.

Of there has been no word from the developer about such an event, casting some doubt on the truth of the leaks.


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Leaker Warzone, who had developed a reputation as a trustworthy source of information about Call of Duty’s Battle Royale mode, suggests that the much-liked nuke event will now happen in April. The original date that had been being given was March 11, but the date has now come and passed without any update given by Activision or Raven Software.

According to Modern Warfare, the nuke will destroy the Call of Duty Warzone map on April 22. However, there has still not been official confirmation about the release date so it’s still unknown whether it’s accurate or not. Another information comes from a report by VGC given by another Call of Duty leaker ModerWarzone.

As part of the one-year Anniversary Celebration has become a lightning rod for leaks from the past few months. The popularity of the battle royale game mode means that it attracts more attention than many other games. Although these latest leaks may appear to come from a reputable source.

After all many earlier leaks have already been proven to be false, such as the original March 11 date for the nuke event. Time will tell whether the latest rumours are true or not.

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