Call of Duty Warzone’s Skins Reportedly Won’t Carry Over To Sequel

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Reports suggest that player skins in Call of Duty: Warzone will not carry over to the rest of the game. war zone gamers hoped that their extensive cosmetic collections, amassed over the past few years, would carry on to the long-awaited war zone after. Unfortunately, new information seems to cast doubt on this possibility.

So far, Activision’s battle royale has provided a plethora of paid and free content for its players. Beyond just skins for the player’s Operator, this DLC includes additional weapons, new game modes, and even a brand new map. Warzone serves as a unified space for Call of Duty players as it ties into seasonal content with the main franchise games, including modern warfare, Black Ops Cold Warand more recently, Avant-garde. war zone was notable for this fact, that content purchased as part of an installment in the Call of Duty the series would continue in war zone even when a new episode is released. It was expected to continue when war zone 2 was released, but it doesn’t seem to be.

According to the author of the video game Tom Hendersonhis understanding is that war zone skins will not be transferred to war zone 2. However, it is important to note that Henderson has no specifics as to whether the war zone the skins will be carried over or not. Instead, he asks the questions due to the fact that these war zone skins are still actively released, despite the announcement of war zoneis the next sequel. It should be remembered that there is no confirmation from Activision so war zoneThe skins of may end up being transferable to the sequel. However, at this point, Henderson doesn’t seem to believe that’s the case.

Beyond the skins, however, war zoneThe battle pass also contains additional cosmetic items and advancements, as well as gameplay enhancements such as weapon and vehicle blueprints. These are still purchasable as part of the battle pass along with the skins, so any clarification from Activision Blizzard should relate to those purchases as well. Until there, war zone players can err on the side of buying the cosmetics or battle pass tiers, lest they become obsolete in a few months.

If Activision Blizzard decides not to allow skins to be transferred to the war zone sequel, it is likely that many fans will not be satisfied. One of the reasons is that the battle pass is not exclusive to war zone but encompasses three other main lines Call of Duty securities. Many have become familiar with this continuity, adding value to the Call of Duty experience as a whole. So a blank page on this will no doubt be to the dismay of some. Advance with Call of Duty: Warzone, fans should be aware that new skins may very well not continue with them.

Source: Tom Henderson/Twitter


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Reports suggest that player skins in Call of Duty: Warzone will not carry over to the game’s sequel. Warzone players were hopeful that their vast cosmetic collections, amassed over the last few years, would carry over to the long-awaited Warzone sequel. Unfortunately, new information seems to cast doubt onto that possibility.
Activision’s battle royale has provided a plethora of paid and free content for its players thus far. Beyond simple skins for the player’s operator, this downloadable content includes additional weapons, new game modes, and even a brand-new map. Warzone serves as a unified space for Call of Duty players as it ties in seasonal content with mainline franchise games, including Modern Warfare, Black Ops Cold War, and most recently, Vanguard. Warzone has been notable for this fact, that content purchased as part of one installment in the Call of Duty series would carry over into Warzone even when a new installment was released. The expectation was that this would continue when Warzone 2 was released, but that does not seem to be the case.
According to video game writer Tom Henderson, his understanding is that Warzone skins will not carry over to Warzone 2. However, it’s important to note that Henderson does not have clarification as to whether the Warzone skins will carry over or not. Instead, he poses the questions because of the fact that those Warzone skins are still actively released, despite the announcement of Warzone‘s coming sequel. It should be reiterated that there is no confirmation from Activision so Warzone‘s skins may end up being transferrable to the sequel. However, at this point, Henderson does not appear to believe that is the case.

From my understanding, it doesn’t, but official clarification would be ideal.
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) April 27, 2022

Beyond skins, however, Warzone‘s battle pass also contains additional cosmetics and advancements, as well as gameplay augments like weapon and vehicle blueprints. These are still purchasable as part of the battle pass along with skins, so any clarification from Activision Blizzard would hopefully address these purchases as well. Until then, Warzone players may take caution in buying the cosmetics or battle pass tiers, for fear that they might become obsolete in a few months’ time.
If Activision Blizzard does decide not to allow skins to carry over to the Warzone sequel, it is likely many fans will not be happy. One reason is that battle pass is not exclusive to Warzone but encompasses three other mainline Call of Duty titles. Many have grown comfortable with this continuity, adding value to the Call of Duty experience overall. So a blank slate regarding this will undoubtedly be to the dismay of some. Moving forward with Call of Duty: Warzone, fans should be aware that new skins may very well not continue with them.
Source: Tom Henderson/Twitter

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