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Call of Duty: Warzone 2 S2 Brings Exciting Changes to DMZ Missions

The new multi-map challenges provide a fresh experience for gamers

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Aditya Saikrishna
Aditya Saikrishna
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UNITED STATES: Call of Duty: Warzone 2’s DMZ mode has been under fire recently, but the game’s Season 2 update promises to address some criticism.

One of the main areas of focus is the missions, which provide exclusive rewards and a sense of progression for players.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2 S2 adds new changes

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The new missions in Season 2 of Call of Duty: Warzone 2 are set to shake things up significantly. The players will have to work on long quests across several maps. This style of multi-map challenges could be the key to unlocking more ambitious side quests in the game’s Zombies mode.

Previously, Call of Duty players could get Calling Cards in the Zombies mode to finish each main quest once or complete all the quests available in a game’s Zombies mode. However, the new DMZ mission system could allow for more demanding challenges, like completing several main quest Easter eggs within one gaming session. 

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Additionally, players could get a rare Calling Card for completing two or more main quests in a row without dying. With the new tracking system, proper cross-map Easter eggs could become a reality.

The new Easter eggs could mean that players could find an item on the first Call of Duty 2024 Zombies map that unlocks a hidden area in the third map, which shows players where to go on the game’s second map for a reward. 

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Having side Easter eggs spanning multiple maps could be new for Zombies, and they could provide exciting rewards that make the hunts worthwhile. 

The implementation of Easter eggs has been done before through Super Easter eggs or in Black Ops 1 Zombies, where players needed to use items from previous quests on Moon, but the new system could take things to the next level.

Treyarch, the developers behind the game, have wanted to feature multi-map quests in the past, but the new DMZ mission system may finally allow them to deliver on that promise. The system could also make daily missions more enjoyable by sending players to different maps. 

While some players are still coming to terms with the DMZ reset, the changes to Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Season 2 missions are certainly a step in the right direction. 

The new multi-map challenges could provide a fresh experience for the game’s Zombies mode and give players exciting rewards for completing complex tasks. 

Treyarch has yet to confirm whether they will embrace the idea, but it certainly has potential. Fans of the game will be eagerly awaiting the release of the next update to see what other changes are in store.

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