as a live service game, Call of Duty: Warzone It is constantly changing and evolving to make the game feel fresh and ensure that players continue to log in as much as possible. These changes include hotfixes and period updates to stabilize the game and fix issues such as glitches and bugs, although for most fans, major changes come with the new season. Every few months, Call of Duty: Warzone gets a seasonal update, which adds a new playable character from Season 5 operator Kitsune as well as other cosmetics, like Battle Pass items, maps, and more.

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However, like many other live-service style games, Call of Duty: Warzone Also takes advantage of the holidays to add in special limited time modes or themed content. For example, last Halloween, Raven Software brought new bundles for purchase in the online store, including horror movie skins like Leatherface. In addition, they released a special limited time mode called Hunting of Verdansk and includes a trick-or-treating style scavenger hunt. As expected, a new leak reveals some interesting new plans for Halloween 2021.


According to leaker Nanikos, Call of Duty: Warzone appears to be gearing up for another special Halloween season with skins based on horror movies. Inside the game’s files, Nanikos discovered code referencing ‘Donnie’, which naturally led most people to believe it was a reference to the 2001 film, Donnie Darko. Although nothing is confirmed at this time, the files make reference to a calling card, wrist accessories and an emblem, originally objects attached to a completed Operator skin.

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At this time, the annual All Hallows Eve event doesn’t have a release date and Activision hasn’t officially mentioned it yet. However, this potential Donnie Darko leak isn’t the first reference players have found to potential Halloween specific material. Just a few weeks ago the word ‘Ghostface’ was discovered in the game’s files, which appears to be a clear reference to Scream Antagonist. Similar to the 2020 event, it looks like players will have at least two Halloween inspired Operator skins to choose from.

Fortnite and . Like crossovers are nothing new for battle royale games Call of Duty: Warzone. In fact, the latter has seen plenty of movie icons make the leap to the popular first-person shooter. Earlier this year, ’80s action icons Rambo and John McClain came into play with material based on the film Die Hard. More recently, Judge Dredd was being teased, although hackers were able to access the unpublished Judge Dredd skin before the matches were anticipated.

Call of Duty: Warzone Available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.

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