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According to What If Gaming, the second season of content for the latest Call of Duty games will launch in February 2023.
It will reportedly feature the multiplayer map Castle, which was originally included in Call of Duty World at War and was also remastered for last year’s Call of Duty Vanguard.
It will also include the return of the operator Ronin, who was originally released for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in 2020.
Modern Warfare 2 was released on October 28 and its first season of live content launched alongside Warzone 2 on November 16.
The Season 1 Reloaded update is scheduled to launch on December 14. It will include another returning multiplayer map, Warzone 2’s first post-launch update, and the first episode of Special Ops’ Raids.
Continuing the story of the Modern Warfare 2 campaign, Raids are three-player cooperative challenges mixing stealth, intense combat and puzzle-solving objectives.
Modern Warfare 2’s delayed competitive multiplayer playlist, CDL Moshpit, launched last week.
The game is the fastest-selling entry in the long-running series, according to publisher Activision. It topped $1 billion in sales in 10 days, beating the record previously held by 2012’s Black Ops 2, which took 15 days to reach the milestone.