There have been a lot of events in the past, but Haunting of Verdansk appears to be in Modern Warfare, and Warzone might be one of the biggest events yet.
Call of Duty will launch on October 20, where players on PS4, Xbox One, and PC will have access to a number of different modes and challenges.
What makes this a little different from past events is that Haunting of Verdansk will spread across both Modern Warfare and Warzone.
In Warzone, players can expect a large number of Limited Time Modes (LTM) to appear, including Zombie Royale and Warzone Night Mode.
They both have their own quirks and rules, which are explained at the bottom of this article. While rolling out these new Warzone modes, players who only enjoy Modern Warfare can look forward to their own list of limited-time games.
The good news is we know exactly when everything will be showing in both games this week.
GET VERDANSK Firing Time and Methods
Activision has confirmed that the Call of Duty Haunting of Verdansk release date has been set for Tuesday 20 October 2020.
This will happen across all platforms, including PS4, Xbox One, and PC, without mentioning early access for any of them.
The release time for Haunting of Verdansk is said to be around 6 PM GMT, or 10 AM PDT, if you live in the United States.
This is the regular launch schedule for Modern Warfare updates, but it’s worth keeping an eye out for any other news from Activision.
Borrowing Content for WARZONE
Available in select Warzone modes such as Trios, Verdansk is now open for night stealth. Although full moon glow prevents complete darkness, operators may want to bundle some thermal optics into Loadout Drops to help spot enemies lurking in low-light areas or use Cold-Blooded to counter these high-tech gadgets.
Regardless of the operation, visiting Verdansk at night will keep the operators open to some emotions. Some say that the talking doll from its stomach appears frequently on televisions tuned to the defunct channels, and the evil spirit of a chainsaw killer can be seen and heard throughout the Krovnik ranch. Others claim that defunct tracks near the train station are still in use by the ghost train, a ship filled with the souls of those who lost their lives fighting the Gulag.
Operators can fight against and alongside powerful zombies as part of Zombie Royale, a limited-time mode where death is far from permanent.
Instead of being sent to Gulag, your dead agents will come back to life as a zombie. Although zombies cannot use weapons, they have supernatural abilities: increased speed, improved jumps, lethal melee attacks, and thermal vision.
Feeling zombie? Time to fight your way back to the land of the living. When a player is killed, they drop a syringe that appears on the map. Collect two of these zombie syringes, and you’ll parachute again with your squad gear for a second chance! The last team standing with a survivor wins … even if the rest of the team turns into the undead.
Since this situation occurs at night, expect to find all the places that Verdansk chases under the bright moonlight, including Trick or Treat Boxes full of fear for the entire team.
Hunting content for modern warfare
Teams must take control of the Juggernaut suit spawning somewhere on the map and advance forward in a designated goal area. Be prepared for loads of Minigun bonfires and consider powerful Killstreaks to wipe out the opposing juggernaut, plus a crazy scramble whenever a suit is available to take. Also, Juggernaut will come in this mode – and in all other poses during The Haunting of Verdansk – with a pumping head, which is surprisingly strong and sturdy despite being a hollow squash.
As the name suggests, leave all of the other weapons at home for this Team Deathmatch variant. Instead of custom loads, all operators will have a choice of five pre-built gear. Aim to kill more fatalities, as the team that achieves the target score wins the match.