Another day, another rumor regarding Call of Duty: Warzone, which is reportedly the name of Modern Warfare's free to play Battle Royale mode, as the game's official YouTube channel uploaded two new videos, which shortly thereafter were made private, and shortly after being made private the two videos were removed from the channel. \n \nNaturally, the two videos being removed has fueled the speculation that an official Call of Duty: Warzone reveal could be imminent. Of course, it was recently reported by Video Games Chronicle that Modern Warfare's Battle Royale will be released on Tuesday, March 10. Moreover, there have been several in-game clues suggesting that Infinity Ward will reveal the long-rumored BR mode on March 3. \n \nEven though there have been a ton of leaks regarding Call of Duty: Warzone, the developers haven't officially acknowledged any of them as being accurate. However, Activision has been hitting YouTubers with copyright strikes for sharing inside information about Modern Warfare's Battle Royale, which likely means that the leakers are providing accurate information. \n \nAs previously noted, the rumored Call of Duty: Warzone Battle Royale will be free to play like Apex Legends and Fortnite, meaning that you don't have to own the base game -- Modern Warfare -- to download and play it. Of course, the mode will have a Battle Pass, where you'll presumably be able to purchase new animations, skins, cosmetic items, and executions. \n \nLast week, a YouTuber uploaded a video that showed some of the executions that'll be featured in Call of Duty: Warzone, and you can check it out below. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=rwnwvAprUwA \n \nLate last year, it was reported that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's Battle Royale will double the traditional player count, as it'll reportedly be capable of hosting up to 200 players per match, which makes sense given that the base game already allows up to 100 players per match via its Ground War mode. \n \nIf the two aforementioned removed videos aren't related to Call of Duty: Warzone, then they'll probably reveal new season two content, although, at this point, a lot of people will be disappointed if Infinity Ward doesn't reveal their Battle Royale mode whenever they decide to reveal some additional season two content. \n \nFor right now though, all of this is pure speculation. But, all signs seem to point towards a Call of Duty: Warzone reveal happening on Tuesday, March 3, with the official reveal being coupled with a release date announcement of Tuesday, March 10.