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Call Of Duty: Warzone operators leaked for delayed Season 2

Following the delay of Call Of Duty: Warzone’s next season, three new playable operators have been leaked online.

Last week, Activision confirmed that it would be delaying the release of Call Of Duty: Warzone Season 2 (of the post-Call Of Duty: Vanguard era – there’s been way more than two seasons in total) from February 2 to February 14.

Barely a couple of days afterwards, three new playable operators and a map playout, possibly for a new mode, were shared via ZestyLeaks, a Twitter account dedicated to leaking Call Of Duty info.

The associated images have since been deleted due to ‘a report from the copyright holder,’ which basically confirms that the information is legitimate.

The written information is still up, however, and another account, JulesLeaks, has reposted the images for the operators which, at the time of writing, have yet to be taken down.

As for why the season was delayed to begin with, it’s due to the ongoing issues Call Of Duty: Warzone players have been dealing with as of late.

‘Currently, our community is experiencing issues across Call Of Duty: Vanguard, Warzone Pacific, and Modern Warfare. We feel your frustrations and hear you loud and clear,’ reads an update on the official website.

‘To date, we’ve deployed a number of updates, but more needs to be done. For this reason, we have decided to reschedule the start of Season Two across Warzone Pacific and Vanguard to February 14.

‘We will use this additional development time to deliver updates, including optimizations to gameplay, game balancing (including weapon and equipment balancing), to fix game stability and bugs, and to ensure an overall level of polish to improve the experience for players across Vanguard, Warzone Pacific, Black Ops Cold War, and Modern Warfare.’

Warzone’s issues obviously stem from the fact that studio Raven Software’s entire QA team went on strike last month to protest lay-offs. The strike has since ended in the wake of staff forming a union, although it has yet to be recognised by management.

Between the strike, the sexual harassment lawsuit, and Bobby Kotick still in the CEO’s chair, Activision’s reputation remains muddy at best and outright toxic at worst. Soon, all that will become Microsoft’s problem.

Call Of Duty: Warzone is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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