Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone’s fourth season has been delayed. The original launch date for Season Four was set for June 3rd. But due to recent Black Lives […]
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone’s fourth season has been delayed. The original launch date for Season Four was set for June 3rd. But due to recent Black Lives Matter protests across the US, Activision has decided to postpone the launch of Season Four.
Activision announced the delay Monday night, explaining that “now is not the time.”. Activision has also decided to postpone Season Seven for Call of Duty: Mobile. No further information is available at this time and the publisher has yet to announce a later date for the launch of both seasons.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) June 2, 2020
While the response on Twitter is mixed, many are saying that they don’t understand the correlation between racism and postponing the release of Season Four of Modern Warfare. Others have applauded the move and appreciate the acknowledgement of sympathy.
Many gamers are looking forward to the release of Season Four to see what new maps, weapons, and other content will be available. Last week we discussed the possibility of the return of the fan favorite “Scrapyard” in a supposed Easter Egg in the Season Four trailer. Captain Price is also expected to make some sort of return to the game as well.
As soon as more information is released about the launch date of Season Four for Modern Warfare and Warzone we will be sure to update our followers. Until then, join in the conversations over at our Facebook page.