A huge cache of voice lines featuring Call of Duty (COD): Warzone Operator "Stitch" has dropped, detailing a new Season 5 mid-season event.
This event is known as "The Numbers" and allegedly makes use of the Red Doors previously unveiled as part of a then-unnamed experience. According to the voice lines, the operator Vikhor "Stitch" Kuzmin leads two teams of players through a story-driven mission that pits them against each other in an effort to carry out the will of Perseus. We still don't have dates for this mid-season extravaganza, of course, but that doesn't make knowing the ins and outs any less thrilling.
Warzone Season 5 "The Numbers" Event Leak Explained
The experience begins when players enter through the Red Doors. For the duration of the event, those who walk through the doors will be transported to an entirely new area and given an objective to complete.
Players will likely be split into at least two teams, given the conflicting nature of the voice lines. Half of them are Stitch goading or complaining about the players while the other is him commending them and giving orders to hack a terminal or secure a room. It's possible that one team will be the indoctrinated operators similar to the soldiers seen during Kitsune's introduction in the Season 5 trailer.
Obviously, the indoctrinated team will be working for Perseus and following through on Stitch's commands. The opposing team will be charged with stopping them by either breaking into secured rooms or re-securing hacked terminals. Could this be part of the "keep your head" advice Activision offered in their Season 5 blog post?
As mentioned above, we don't know precisely when this event will take place. However, given the historical landing of "mid-season" in Warzone, we can assume to see The Numbers debut in September.
A full recording of all voice lines leaked is available for interested players to listen in—clocking in at around four minutes, total. However, we will warn you, at least a minute of it of just him counting from zero to 26. He does mention Adler quite a bit, as well. Perhaps players will see both operators working in their element?