Call of Duty: Warzone leaks, which appeared on Twitter over the last week, have been debunked as fake by the reliable Call of Duty YouTuber TheGamingRevolution.
Ever since Call of Duty: Modern Warfare released back in October 2019, numerous leaks and rumours suggested that Infinity Ward and Activision are working on a battle royale mode for the game. However, we are yet to get an official announcement from the publisher but it looks like it just a matter of days before Activision finally shed more light on the rumoured mode.
As you may know, the new mode is reportedly named Call of Duty: Warzone, it is standalone and free to play, even if you did not purchase Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Over the last week, new leaks of Warzone gameplay have appeared on Twitter .
The leaker claimed that he successfully managed to enter the "classified" menu item, which is the battle royale mode, walk around the map and check out the modes that will be available on launch. Those who cannot wait to jump into Warzone probably got excited by these leaks but unfortunately, the gameplay footage and screenshots are totally bogus.
As you can see in the video from a well-know Call of Duty leaker TheGamingRevolution, the footage is just a pretty good video editing and poor Photoshop job. The screenshots have been debunked pretty quickly but this does not mean that Call of Duty Warzone does not exist. Quite the contrary, it is just around the corner and most of the rumours about it are actually true.
We also know that Warzone will feature the vehicles from Black Ops 4's battle royale mode Blackout and it will support up to 200 players. All in all, just like we always say, you should not believe leaks and rumours from unreliable sources as these usually turn out to be fake.
There are a couple of reliable sources like the already mentioned TheGamingRevolution but you should always take unconfirmed info with a grain of salt, as things change rapidly during the development.