Huge Activision leak details Warzone 2 and MW2 2023 roadmap
All six seasons of the live-action post-launch service for Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 have been leaked in a massive data breach at Activision. This details everything from the number of weapons they plan to release to a Halloween special event.
Following the launch of Call of Duty's newest battle royale and multiplayer annual release, the company has apparently been subject to a huge data brief which has been swept under the carpet.
The breach supposedly occurred in December and has only just come to light. The hackers have allegedly phished information from one user's account, which details the entire 2023 roadmap for the Call of Duty franchise.
Leaks Detail The entire Call of Duty 2023 roadmap
With the data breach now hitting the public eye, the roadmap for Call of Duty 2023 has appeared online - including everything that we can expect to see throughout Seasons 3, 4, and 6.
The leak suggests that three new weapons are planned in each season, alongside two Operators, a battle pass, one themed event, and 70 bundles worth of skins in the store.
Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 to get 'Haunting of Saba' event
One of the most eye-opening leaks suggests that "Saba" is set to be a Warzone 2 map released in Season 4, which will work similarly to Ashika Island in it being a small-based battle royale map.
While the leak in the Season 4 section claims "1 small map" will come to Warzone, it doesn't necessarily claim that it will be called Saba. However, come Season 6, a "Haunting of Saba Event" is planned. Given that the Warzone 1 Halloween event was called the "Haunting of Verdansk," it's safe to assume Saba will be a map.
The only thing that is off-beat is the dates, but Activision delaying Season 2 by a few weeks after the time of the data breach makes up for this discrepancy. Whether the leak is the real deal or not, we'll be keeping our eyes on this data breach.