Call Of Duty: Warzone Will Continue The Modern Warfare Story

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Whether fans are interested or not, more and more battle royale titles these days are following storylines. Both Apex Legends and Fortnite have provided fans with new content such as new maps, new events, and more to help keep the game from becoming stale. Call of Duty: Warzone is also following suit, helping progress the story of rebooted Modern Warfare campaign while also providing fresh content through new Operators and changes to the existing gameplay.

While in a recent interview, Narrative Director at Infinity Ward Taylor Kurosaki explained that from the very beginning, the developers didn’t want Warzone to feel like a separate title or experience. Instead, the team wanted to make sure that all content – whether it was the campaign, the multiplayer, or the battle royale experience – all felt like they belonged in the same universe and one consistent narrative.

We didn’t want it to feel like three separate games in one box. We wanted it to feel like one massive world with a universal fiction, a universal narrative. For players that love story, we want you to get more story when you’re playing Warzone, when you’re playing multiplayer, or when you’re playing Spec Ops. We set out a long time ago to have the narrative continue in MP and CP, and of course we knew we were working on Warzone, so we set up the fiction that would support that mode as well.”

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With the advent of Season 3, Call of Duty: Warzone will soon begin seeing events similar to those that appear in Apex Legends and Fortnite, giving fans small pieces of the story while providing new content alongside the game’s core gameplay. As for what the story will focus on, Kurosaki hints that at a continuation of the teasers shown at the beginning of Seasons 1 and 2.

With season three’s intro, it’s continuing that narrative thread. We’re going somewhere with it. Hopefully the players that care about that stuff–I care about it, of course, as a big campaign fan. There’s a lot to discover. We’re going to make discoveries the players can find available as we continue to evolve the mode.”

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone are currently available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 complete with cross-play capabilities. Let us know your thoughts on Call of Duty Warzone’s narrative-driven events and more in the comments section below. As always don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

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