Call of Duty Warzone Pacific Season Two Delayed to Improve Gameplay Experience

The additional time in development will help the devs polish up the gameplay.

Call of Duty Warzone Pacific Season Two

Season Two of Call of Duty Warzone Pacific was scheduled to kick off on February 2, 2022, but it looks like the launch has now been delayed. In their latest blog post, the devs explained that Season Two of Warzone Pacific and Vanguard will start now on February 14, 2022.

This delay comes as a result of the team requiring additional tie in development in order to provide a much better gameplay experience. This additional time in development means optimizations to gameplay, game balancing (weapons and equipment), fixing game stability and bugs, and a general sense of polish to the game.

This new update will hope to improve the gameplay experience across Call of Duty Vanguard, Warzone Pacific, Black Ops Cold War, and Modern Warfare.

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Call of Duty Warzone Pacific Season Two Will Now Kick Off on Feb 14, 2022

Call of Duty Warzone Pacific Season Two

The devs have assured that more communication will follow in the weeks to come so as to ensure that the players are kept in the loop. The update seeks to address some of the most common concerns raised by the community, which includes quality-of-life changes, adjusting the core gameplay loop, mechanics, and balance.

The fixes will be available for both last-gen and new-gen consoles as well as PC. Gameplay improvements will also be available across all 5 platforms.

Clearly, one of the biggest stories involving the Call of Duty franchise right now is the question of exclusivity raised by the recent Microsoft acquisition. While Xbox Phil Spencer has assured fans that Xbox is planning to support Activision Blizzard games on different platforms.

“Activision Blizzard games are enjoyed on a variety of platforms and we plan to continue to support those communities moving forward,” stated the blog post by Spencer. As to how long the support will last is anyone’s guess as it doesn’t seem too unlikely that Xbox will want to lock down franchises like Call of Duty to the Xbox platform.

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