Just before Call of Duty: Warzone 2 released, Infinity Ward announced that the original Warzone launcher would be shutting down for about a week in order for the team to ensure that the new game launches as smoothly as possible. On November 28, Caldera makes a triumphant return in its own st&alone version of the game titled Call of Duty: Warzone Caldera. While it won’t have any of the bells & whistles added with Warzone 2, it may have one slight advantage over its successor.
For a free-to-play game, cosmetics can mean a lot. In Fortnite, fans can tell a lot about a player from the skin they’re using, such as how long they’ve been playing the game. It’s a sign of experience, skill, & it’s a great way to reward loyal players for dropping hours into a free-to-play game, & even dropping real-world cash on a Battle Pass. Right now, Call of Duty: Warzone Caldera‘s cosmetics are looking a lot better than Warzone 2‘s.
Call of Duty: Warzone Caldera Has a Lot More Skins Than Warzone 2.0
Launching back in December 2021, fans have had plenty of time to get used to Caldera as a Warzone map. While it may not be the favorite still, Caldera did bring a lot of unique & exciting skins to the game. Some of the most memorable Warzone skins Approach from the vast range of crossovers it’s had with other popular movie & TV show properties. The Godzilla vs Kong cosmetic set is probably one of the most iconic, with players being able to unlock some prehistoric, bone-themed weapon skins, & some scaly Godzilla-like operator outfits. An Attack on Titan crossover also came out during Caldera’s first few months, adding Captain Levi & the Armored Titan to the game, along with some other themed cosmetics.
On top of these Warzone Pacific crossover skins, Call of Duty: Warzone Caldera will include all of Verdansk’s cosmetics as well. Encompassing both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare & Black Ops Cold War‘s skins, Warzone Caldera boasts some truly beloved cosmetics. Donnie Darko‘s Frank, Saw‘s Jigsaw, Die Hard‘s John McClane, & Rambo himself, there are a lot of very memorable skins in Warzone‘s history, & Call of Duty: Warzone Caldera will be a home for them all.
On the other side of things, Call of Duty: Warzone 2 doesn’t have all too many memorable skins right now. All hailing from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2‘s multiplayer mode, there are definitely plenty of operator skins for players to choose from, but they do lack some variety. While there are a few characters that st& out, like Nova, Reyes, Horangi, & the PlayStation-exclusive skin Oni, far too many of Warzone 2‘s operators look like the same generic man in bulky armor. For those with Modern Warfare 2‘s Vault Edition, the addition of iconic characters like Farah & Ghost make this selection a little better, but it’s still nowhere near as expansive as Warzone Caldera‘s offerings.
That being said, Warzone 2 is still only in its first week of release, so it shouldn’t be expected to have a million unique skins right out of the gate. Much like the first game, it’ll probably take a few seasons before Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 has really hit its stride, both in terms of balancing & additional content like skins. Fans hoping for more cosmetics in Warzone 2 just need to be a little patient.
Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, & Xbox Series X/S.
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