Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was released on October 25, 2019. Since then, we’ve had some updates, and then the big Season One update. Season One lasted for 2 months and a week. Season One brought new weapons, new maps, new modes, a fresh take on DLC content, that were released throughout the season event. Season Two lasted a month and a half. Season Three lasted for 2 Months, and 4 days. Season Four lasted 1 month, and 19 days. Even though it’s not technically a reveal trailer, it’s leading the hype towards Season Five. In Activision and Infinity Ward’s new trailer uploaded to YouTube, the new video acts like a clan’s Recruitment Trailer…
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s (and Warzone’s) Season Five arrives on August 5, 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The big theme for Season Five is the arrival of “Shadow Company.” Activision did a blog post about the new update…
Each Season the narrative of Modern Warfare continues to advance. New enemies, heroes, and those with more clandestine reasons for being within the theater of war have risen to fill the void left by AQ forces, ready to counter the emerging threat posed by Mr.Z.
As Season Five approaches, events have transpired and led to the formation of a new group aligned in name only with the Allegiance faction – Shadow Company. Read on to shine a light on this mysterious new private military company before taking these Operators into the heat of battle.
The Collapse of the Armistice
Initially formed to fight back against a new AQ and their benefactor Mr. Z, the Armistice was a temporary alliance that has crumbled. New Operators dropping into Verdansk have joined the fray to protect their own, as the request has been made to only “send Operators one can trust”.
And for good reason, the distrust has led to infighting, and hostile forces run unchecked in Verdansk. As the rules of the original Armistice agreement have utterly failed, Shadow Company arrives without pretense – they operate on their own terms.