Zombies are heading to the bank in Call of Duty: Warzone

Call Of Duty Warzone Zombies

Call of Duty: Warzone is looking at some big changes going forward. The game’s main map, Verdansk, has had multiple oddities across its vast map over the course of the past week. Notably, a ship has crashed into the island, bringing the undead with it. Now, it looks like Verdansk is set to be nuked at some point. Before that happens though, it seems that the undead have some financial situations to take care of. According to piggybanks sent to influencers, the zombies in Call of Duty: Warzone are spreading to the Acropolis National Bank.

The piggybanks also came with a message, which can clearly be seen in a picture posted by CharlieIntel on Twitter. “Acropolis National Bank has been operating as a zombie institution for years, but nobody thought their assets would end up six feet under… Hope you have Diamond Hands, Operator,” reads the message. Zombies in Call of Duty: Warzone have also made an appearance at the game’s hospital.


The end of Verdansk

In all, the introduction of zombies to Verdansk in Call of Duty: Warzone can only amount to one thing: a big bomb. Specifically, the current rumor is that Verdansk will be nuked in an effort to get rid of the Zeds. Supposedly, the bomb will drop at the end of the game’s current season, so in April. This could all be part of the shift away from the game’s current Modern Warfare style to something more fitting Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War. However, there isn’t any confirmation on that at the moment.

If Warzone were to shift away from Modern Warfare, that would mean some big changes to how the game is played. The two games differ greatly, even by Call of Duty standards. For instance, Cold War doesn’t have Modern Warfare‘s tactical sprint, long slides, or mounting. Likewise, players in Cold War can jump much higher. A shift towards Cold War‘s approach would mean a whole lot of changes for players to get used to.

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