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Warzone has been going for some time now, and Vanguard joined it later in 2021, but already fans are wondering when they’re likely to come to an end.
Naturally, Vanguard will stop getting support at some point, following the framework of every mainline Call of Duty title so far, and with the announcement that a sequel to Warzone is on the way from Infinity Ward, for the first time in the game’s life cycle, players are looking forward to its end.
It’s not like fans are desperate for the games to kick the bucket, but it’s a very real situation that could be on the horizon much sooner than we think – and a leak has suggested we might have to start saying our goodbyes before it’s too late.
Vanguard & Warzone May Not Have A Season 6
According to a new discovery in the files of both games, Warzone Pacific and Vanguard simply might not be getting a sixth season of content, choosing instead to bow out in the fifth to make way for Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare II.
If popular Call of Duty leaker TheGhostOfHope is to be trusted, it looks like some searching in the files hasn’t turned up any evidence of a sixth season for either Vanguard or Warzone, breaking the trend of each major game receiving six seasons of content since 2019’s Modern Warfare.
This is pretty big news for the series going forward – but fans don’t really seem to care.
Fans Don’t Really Care About Less Vanguard
As it turns out, fans aren’t really that fussed that they’ll be getting less of Vanguard. The game isn’t the most popular of recent Call of Duty titles, so fans of the franchise couldn’t care less.
It looks like players are clearly looking towards the future – and it’s hard to blame them with the problems harboured by both games. Sorry, Vanguard and OG Warzone, we’ll be seeing you.