Call of Duty: Warzone, the original battle royale game, will be shutting down for good on September 21st. The announcement was made by Activision, citing that it was time for the game to make way for new experiences. This comes after Warzone recently underwent a major update known as Season 5, which brought with it new maps and game modes.

The closure of the original Warzone is not entirely unexpected, given the presence of the more recent Call of Duty: Warzone – Black Ops Cold War, which has been taking over its players steadily since its release. Black Ops Cold War was introduced last November and incorporated Warzone as its battle royale mode.

Despite the success of Black Ops Cold War's Warzone, the original Warzone had amassed a loyal following of gamers who appreciated its unique gameplay and iconic features. However, with the ever-evolving gaming landscape, it is not uncommon for older games to be replaced by newer, more modern iterations.

For players that still enjoy the original Warzone, the game will remain accessible until September 21st. However, it is unclear what will happen to the game's progress, items, and other features. It is expected that game developers will provide some clarification as the closure date approaches.

In conclusion, the end of the original Call of Duty: Warzone game signifies the end of an era for gaming enthusiasts who enjoyed the game's unique features. Nevertheless, the closure also presents an opportunity for players to embrace new experiences as Call of Duty evolves.

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