Call Of Duty: Warzone Season 5 Teaser Hints At Release Date, Trains


Season 4 is still going strong in Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare, but we're nearing its end and Activision has begun to ring in the content that is to follow.

A short teaser trailer has been revealed for Season 5, which includes a hint as to the time we can expect it to launch. It also contains a sneak peek at what content may be involved. The trailer was released in a rather unconventional way, but we suspect a proper upload will become available for viewing soon.

During one of their streams, popular Call of Duty content creator Nickmercs held a short intermission where the teaser trailer, sent to them by Infinity Ward, debuted. We're only talking a few seconds of footage, made to seem like it was recorded from the conductor's cabin on a train, with the tracks stretching out in front. A helicopter makes a tight flyby, and the trailer ends. Laid over the footage is the date "5-AUG-2020".

This latter piece of info is the most concrete hint we got, and it is so overt that even calling it a hint feels a little odd. It's practically an official confirmation of Season 5's launch date, and it makes sense too considering the average lengths of seasons in Modern Warfare and Warzone.

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The juicy content, however, is the focus on trains. Some unconfirmed leaks have mentioned a "loot train" being added to Verdansk eventually, functioning similarly to the loot train feature seen in Apex Legends, another popular battle royale game.

Season 5 is coming almost exactly 2 months after Season 4's initially planned release date.

Whether the helicopter buzzing past has any significance is uncertain. The footage isn't quite clear enough to determine whether we can expect a new aerial vehicle in Season 5, or if it's just one of the currently available vehicles. Nonetheless, with the projected release date of August 5 closing in, expect to hear a lot more news and reveals about the upcoming content!

Aron Gerencser
Aron has been playing FPS games on PC for as long as he can remember. While he prefers single-player titles, the occasional battle royale doesn't hurt and Call of Duty: Warzone is Aron's go-to. When not writing in-depth guides or covering the latest news about the game, he's probably editing - or dropping into Verdansk. You can also find Aron on Facebook.

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