Activision internal document appears on the internet and reveals possible Warzone 2 release for November 16
Activision has revealed that items and progress made in the original Warzone will not carry over to Warzone 2. As such, a new inventory system will be part of the new version of the battle royale.

An alleged internal document from Activision, where the release date of Warzone 2 is mentioned, ended up appearing on the internet.

According to Charlie Intel, the information first circulated on a World of Warcraft forum. The game's premiere can take place on November 16.

The mentioned date falls on a Thursday, and the servers, if the leak is right, will open at 2pm. In addition to the battle royale, Overwatch 2, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 (Cortez) and World of Warcraft Classic patches, along with the possible Diablo IV pre-order start on December 8, are mentioned.

Activision had already confirmed the arrival of Warzone 2 for 2022, but the release date has not yet been announced.

Therefore, it is worth treating this document with due caution. Even with the information being shared by Charlie Intel, it is safer to classify this article as a rumor.


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