Warzone Caldera will no longer be available in September

The Activision Blizzard team announced that the video game will shut down its servers on September 21

Activision Blizzard announced that it will carry out the shutdown of the Call of Duty: Warzone Caldera servers on September 21, as its development teams will focus on “future Call of Duty content.”

This installment of the Call of Duty saga is the rebranded version of the original Call of Duty: Warzone, the first standalone battle royale in the saga released in 2020, which was renamed Warzone Caldera following the release of Warzone 2.0 in 2022.

Now, the video game development company said that it will close its servers for Call of Duty: Warzone Caldera on September 21, so users will no longer have access to online services and the original Warzone experience.

As Activision explained through a statement on its website, this decision is due to the fact that, from now on, its developer teams “will focus on future Call of Duty content“, including the current free Warzone experience.

In this sense, the company highlighted the value of the “incredible experiences” that Warzone has offered to players of the Call of Duty franchise “since its first launch.” He also thanked the entire community and developers for making Warzone “an amazing place to play together.”

Source: dpa

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