Warzone players are demanding that fan-favorite Caldera mode be made permanent

Warzone players are demanding that Raven Software make the fan-favorite Caldera Clash mode permanent.

Introduced during Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season 2, Caldera Clash is a new game mode where players dive into a Deathmatch-style LTM to try and rack up the most kills.

It takes elements from classic battle royale and adds features from another mode, Plunder, while blending it all into a 50v50 to create an experience the community can’t get enough of.

Now Warzone fans are demanding Raven Software make the mode permanent.

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Caldera Clash is one of the main features of Warzone Pacific Season 2.

Warzone players are demanding that Caldera Clash mode be made permanent

Like other modes in Warzone, Caldera Clash is only available for a limited time. This means that players cannot enjoy it forever.

In that sense, a Warzone player named YeetSauce87 went to the official Call of Duty Warzone subreddit and pleaded for its persistence, calling it “insanely good fun”.

“Can we keep Caldera Clash permanently?” asked the Reddit user. “It’s insanely fun and non-stop action. You’re welcome!!”

Can we keep Caldera Clash permanently? It’s insanely fun and non-stop action. You’re welcome!! from CODWarzone

His suggestion was reflected throughout the Reddit post, and many other players wanted the same.

“Combat, loot, and rebirth solos must be permanent!” said one. “The only modes I enjoy! No more avant-garde OS modes.”

Another added: “I’m just glad so many people are jumping on this train. Clash (and Rumble before that) has always been my favorite game mode.”

As game modes come and go in Warzone, it becomes difficult to fully enjoy them. Only time will tell if Raven Software will decide to change this. Warzone players are demanding that fan-favorite Caldera mode be made permanent

Emma Bowman

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