Call of Duty: Warzone Players Spot Missiles Flying Over Verdansk Ahead of Nuclear Event.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a building-top camper with a barrage of RPGs hurtling rockets across the skies at the new dreaded attack choppers?
No, the skies in Verdansk are being lit up with missiles and bringing an unearthly sound with them.
With the Black Ops Cold War Season 2 Reloaded update, Warzone players were struck with yet another colossal file size, ranging anywhere from 50GB to 135GB depending on the console and the compatibility packs installed. With such an update, new killstreaks were added in the shape of Bombardment and Foresight, whilst little else in terms of weapon nerfs and finer tunings. However, it appears that much of the update was tailored towards preparation for Season 3, where we may see the biggest changes to Warzone yet.
One element which has been noticed are the missiles flying across Warzone, whilst dealing no harm.
But, what are the missiles in Warzone all about?
Why Are There Missiles Flying Over Warzone?
Whilst there are no distinct explanations for the Warzone missiles, many theories have surfaced since the Black Ops Cold War integration pointing in the direction of Verdansk being blown up.
The missiles could be as a test for a series of deadly atomic bombs that could be heading in the way of Verdansk. With many missile silos located across the map since Season 2 embarked, alongside an outbreak of zombies, the possibility of Verdansk blowing up is increasing tenfold.
It's also no coincidence that the combatants fighting out in the alto-Ukrainian map can now call in a bombardment upon the infected areas, showcasing just a slice of the powers at hand. With missiles and a theme of pyrotechnics, all fingers point towards a boom.
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