Warzone 1 is now back online, but it’s missing key features and maps

When Activision launched Call of Duty: Warzone 2 (opens in a new tab) a few weeks back, Warzone 1.0 went temporarily offline while developer Raven Software focused on support for the new game. Raven has her hands full with flying boats, endless money mistakes and frequent crashes (opens in a new tab) plagues Warzone 2, but it has kept its promise: starting today, Warzone 1.0 is back online, but with a new name.

Warzone 1 is now called Call of Duty: Warzone Caldera (opens in a new tab). It’s pretty much the same Warzone as it was a few weeks ago, but with major features missing. There is only one map now (Caldera) and two playlist options, Battle Royale Quads and Solos. All of Warzone’s existing weapons, custom classes, and unlocks remain intact, but there are no new Battle Passes or any way to unlock old Battle Pass content. Warzone Caldera is now essentially a Call of Duty game from before the service game era – an island of content with no roadmap or major updates in the works. A Battle Royale locked in time.

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