It was not exactly a secret as leaks, hints and reports have been pointing at it for a few months. However, Activision has finally confirmed that Godzilla and Kong are coming Call of Duty: Warzone in the Operation Monarch event. Operation Monarch starts on May 11 just a few weeks after the start date of season 3 on April 27.
The latest trailer shows the two titans fighting right off the coast of Caldera Island. There is a slight rationale for the story, as it seems that the Nazis are using a device that has awakened the beasts, but much like 2021 Godzilla vs. King movies, it seems primarily as an excuse to make two big things hit each other. It is unclear how the beasts will weave into the gaming experience, as there are still no footage of them in the game. However, the map is filled with skeletons of huge creatures and War zone will get a special Quads mode that will have a titanium-sized twist.
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The new season, which is spread across both Call of Duty: Vanguard and War zone, contains a wealth of new content, though the Godzilla and King things probably will not be in the past (or at least as prominent). The official Call of Duty the site has an exhaustive list of all the new weapons, cosmetics, card changes, playable operators, changes to zombies and more, all spread out over Vanguard and War zone, with multiple shared and exclusive parts of the update that will relate to a game or both. Patch notes will drop one week before the update.
Attentive players are unlikely to find this crossover as a surprise. A report in February claimed that the company was developing one Godzilla vs. King crossover. Activision released a teaser trailer last week in which it hinted at something bigger and ended with a roar that sounded like Godzillas but distorted. So on April 20, PlayStation Game Sizes Twitter account submitted the thumbnail of the game that had Godzilla and King in it, which ended up being the official key art.
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