Season 6 of Modern Warfare and Warzone is almost upon us. You have hours—not days—to wrap up the Season 5 Battle Pass.
Season 6 could be the last season for Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare before the launch of Call Of Duty: Black Ops, but Warzone will keep on going strong with a new Black Ops coat of paint. It’s also possible that we’ll get one more Modern Warfare season and that Cold War’s first season won’t start until weeks after the game’s launch, a scenario that I would prefer. Then again, I still think Cold War should have been pushed back to 2021.
We shall see.
For now, we have a lot of information about Season 6 to share with you, including the Season 6 roadmap, Battle Pass, gameplay trailer and all the fun new stuff coming to both Modern Warfare and Warzone, including a Halloween event.
Season 6 begins tomorrow, September 29th and if you’re on PS4 you can pre-download the update now and install it this evening.
The file is surprisingly small(ish) for a big seasonal update, at least compared to past updates:
PlayStation 4: 19.3 GB
Xbox One: 22.66 GB
PC: 57 GB (Modern Warfare owners) and 25.5 GB (Warzone only owners)
However, console players will need to also install compatibility packs if they own the full version of Modern Warfare and not just the free-to-play battle royale Warzone in order to play multiplayer, co-op and survival modes. These clock in at:
PlayStation 4 Compatibility Pack: 7.8 GB
PlayStation 4 Survival