Activision and Infinity Ward pushed back Season 4 for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone in solidarity with the protests in the US, and now it's finally time.
So, the new season of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone starts tonight, June 10, 2020, at 11pm PDT. Of course, the "tonight" depends on where you're at, so if you're in the UK, Season 4 kicks off tomorrow, June 11, at 8am.
We're certain that many players were left a bit disappointed with the delay of Call of Duty's new seasons, but there's no doubt that real life takes precedence over in-game content, especially when it's a matter that decides the future of many people in the US.
For what it's worth, the earlier leaks for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone's new seasons have been pretty close. In fact, they missed by a single day, as they suggested Activision and Infinity Ward will launch them on June 9. Oh well, close enough.
As for the new content, Warzone is said to be heading for major changes to its map, which would be the first map makeover since the battle royale launched in March. Rumour has it that Infinity Ward will be tearing down the dam and flooding large parts of the map, but we'll know soon enough.
Speaking of rumours and leaks, we've caught scent of yet another Call of Duty leak, which seems to be hinting at a Black Ops reboot. The title screen, as well as some other images, were spotted in the wild, all of them suggesting a Cold War theme.
Activision are yet to comment on the latest rumours though, so we'll have to wait for the official confirmation. Until then, enjoy Season 4.