Warzone Progress Won't Carry Over To Warzone 2
Call of Duty: Warzone's in a bit of a pickle at the moment, but just imagine if things got worse and your Warzone progress didn't carry over to Warzone 2. Well, as everyone eventually shifts over, there are a few caveats - notably, that there's no crossover between the games. Sorry.
We know that a sequel to the battle royale title is on the way, rocketing towards consoles with a presumed 2022 release date - but that's expected to leave the Warzone that many know and love in the dust. After all, who's going to play the original game when the new and improved iteration by Infinity Ward arrives?
Will Warzone Progress Carry To Warzone 2?
As will come as a supremely disappointing revelation to fans who have splashed a lot of cash on in-game cosmetics or really put in the hours to level up, it has been revealed that Warzone 2's progress system won't inherit the data of its predecessor, meaning that there's no chance of continuing progression across the games.
According to Activision, the first Warzone game will continue as its own individual experience tied into the Call of Duty games we've seen so far since Modern Warfare, and that this second game will serve as a continuation of the universe established in Modern Warfare II.
It's good news for some, who feel that Call of Duty is much too inundated with cosmetics and too many weapons to feel streamlined - but the same can't be said of others. After all, you'd expect the ability to carry your Warzone progress over to Warzone 2 would be relatively easy.
Will Warzone Player Cosmetics Carry To Warzone 2?
It looks as though the new Warzone experience is trying to distance itself from the constantly-updating outlook that Call of Duty has seemingly adopted since the 2019's Modern Warfare - meaning that if you've invested a lot into the best skins the OG had to offer, they're likely to be exclusive to the first game. It's going to be a bitter pill to swallow for Warzone die-hards, but it's the risk you take when you buy items for a live-service game.
Warzone was never going to last forever - but many had hoped their time with their skins was a little longer. This news is rubbing a lot of fans the wrong way, but as a separate game, Warzone 2 could yet change the tide in the wake of its many problems. We're all in on a fresh experience, so now all Infinity Ward needs to do is turn around an absolute banger. No pressure.