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Will Warzone 2 Be on Xbox One and PlayStation 4?

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Will Warzone 2 be on Xbox One and PlayStation 4?

Since Jan. 18's ground-shaking announcement that Microsoft has a deal in place to acquire Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion, the gaming world has somewhat collectively been holding its breath wondering about the future of the massive first-person shooter franchise.

While it appears that those on PlayStation won't have to say goodbye to the longtime blockbuster multiplayer FPS series at least through 2023, a new report has thrown another variable into the mix — a new Call of Duty: Warzone sequel has been planned.

Will Warzone 2 be on Xbox One and PlayStation 4?

Naturally, there's very little information on Warzone 2 at this stage. Will Raven Software continue to lead the charge for the sequel? How it would differ from the current version of Warzone?

According to a Tweet from prominent Call of Duty leaker Tom Henderson, it appears the one thing we can count on is that the Warzone sequel will only be heading to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

With the state of Warzone Pacific as it is, and its Season Two launch having already been delayed because of Raven's "ongoing commitment to improving your gameplay experience," it will be interesting to see how this decision, if confirmed, would sit with the community.

While a "completely new game for the better hardware" outfitted with a new updated application, graphics updates, better next-gen support and more sounds great on paper, it could be taken personally by those who've spent time and money on cosmetics and weapons that won't transfer over.