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Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season 2 Leaks Uncover Planes, Convoys Balloons

A cluster of leaks have emerged detailing some things players can expect from Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season Two.
A cluster of leaks have emerged detailing some things players can expect from Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season Two. / Image courtesy of Activision

A cluster of leaks have emerged detailing some things players can expect from Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season Two.

A little delay can’t keep the Warzone community down. Through thick and thin, those still tuned in to Activision’s military-shooter battle royale, Call of Duty: Warzone, are still digging for any information they can find following the announcement that Warzone Pacific Season Two would be delayed until mid-February 2022. To that end, we’ve collected a few of the biggest leaks heading into the second season of Warzone’s “Chapter Two.”

Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season 2 Leaks Have Surfaced

According to a collection of text snippets posted by Warzone leaker, Reality (@Real1tyUK), players should expect to be driving around in style with three new vehicles: an armored convoy, bomber plane fleet, and redeploy balloons. That’s not all — a new type of weapon will also be flooding Caldera’s shores and rainforests: Nebula-5 toxic gas.

As part of an upcoming seasonal event, ”Factories” have begun production of the gas, per the snippets. It will be distributed through armored convoys all over Caldera. Players can ambush these convoys and use them to further their own goals along with the Nebula-5 toxins. Developers remind players to deploy their own “Personal Decontamination Station (P.D.S.) to briefly filter out toxic gas as needed.”

Nebula-5 will also be found in weapons available in bunkers hidden throughout Caldera. The exact specifications of these weapons is currently unknown.

Players will soon be able to take to the skies and direct a fleet of bomber jets that likely will be the primary airstrike avenue heading into Season Two. However, they should be careful to avoid “Redeploy Balloons” as any collision will severely damage the aircraft.

Activision has yet to confirm any of these details.