Activision have confirmed that the upcoming Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone's Pacific update will share the same engine as well as weapon integration and content integration.
During the last night's Q3 financial report, Activision have shared new details about the Call of Duty : Vanguard and Warzone integration, which is just around the corner.
The publisher confirmed that Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone's highly-anticipating Pacific update will share the same engine, weapons and content. This basically means that Vanguard weapons and content, potentially perks, will be in Call of Duty Warzone.
Recently, Activision also confirmed that all 150 weapons from all three games (2019's Modern Warfare, 2020's Black Ops Cold War and 2021's Vanguard) will be in Warzone, which certainly is a massive number of weapons for a battle royale.
Though, it's worth mentioning that only a small number of these are will be worth using since not every weapon in Warzone is on the same level in terms of efficiency and power. Expect to have meta weapons on every player pretty quickly.
Activision also revealed that Call of Duty Warzone Pacific update will introduce Richochet anti-cheat, a brand new system that will hopefully solve Warzone's issues with cheaters.
Call of Duty Vanguard will be launching later this week while Warzone's new Pacific map named Caldera will have an early access release date on Thursday, December 2, 2021.