DMZ mode in Call of Duty will be removed from Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone

DMZ mode in Call of Duty will be removed from Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone

Activision officially announced that although players will still be able to play DMZ in the new Call of Duty: Warzone, with the release of the first season Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 This mode, in fact, will be cut off from the rest of the game.

It also means that actions in DMZ mode will not affect further progression in Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone, including Battle Pass and store sets.

It also means that the new content for the DMZ mode will not appear, since it seems that Activision wants to focus on adopting the experience gained in the development of the regime and apply it in the main game. Check out the full text of the application below.

The first Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 starts on December 6, and a new Battle Pass and new multi -user cards will appear in it.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

Activision statement about DMZ:

We would like to thank the entire community for support and constant reviews about the beta version of DMZ. Infinity Ward and all the developers who participated in the creation of DMZ are incredibly proud and happy with the enthusiasm and participation that you have shown since the game, as well as the fact that there are so many players in the MWZ mode in Modern Warfare III, which has many gameplayers aspects inspired by DMZ. Starting from the launch of the 1st season next week, DMZ Beta players will be able to continue the game in the mode of Call of Duty: Warzone in Cod HQ. Beta version of DMZ will remain completely accessible for playing at all current DMZ facilities, as well as all DMZ missions. The mode will not be available or interact directly within the framework of Modern Warfare III or Call of Duty: Warzone, which means that progress and any new content of Modern Warfare III or Warzone, including Battle Pass or store sets, will not be synchronized or transferred to DMZ mode. In addition, DMZ progress will not apply to new Battle Pass, starting from the first season. We understand that the lack of cross progress in Modern Warfare III and Warzone can upset some players, but we thought that now is the time to extract all the beta-version lessons that we could apply in future developments, developing this play style. We also know that many players still like this mode, and we want everyone to continue to play, so we support the variety of content. In the future, the development teams will continue to improve this dynamic open world. We are looking forward to updates when they are ready.