|Genre(s)||Modern First-Person Shooter|
|Creator(s)|| Alec Verdoorn|
|Engine|| Wartech Engine|
|Platform(s)|| Microsoft Windows|
|First Release||Warzone - released WW 7/11/14|
|Latest Release||Warzone: Evolved - released WW ?/?/17|
- "Only death sees the end of war."
- ―Series tagline as seen in the Warzone reveal trailer.[src]
The release of Warzone: Iron Wolf was a succes, which made it the highest grossing game released by NINE100 Studios, surpassing In Decay II, which was released earlier that year. After the release of Warzone: Shade, the series also became NCS' highest grossing franchise by surpassing In Decay once again and never has lost that status ever since.
The series has two universes, the so called Iron Wolf-universe and the Shade-universe. The original of the Iron Wolf-universe, due the reappearance of notable characters such as Charlie "Spike" Thompson and "Wrecker" Marshall. The Shade-universe is a stand alone universe, first appearing in Warzone: Shade. It features a counter terror unit callsign: Shade, conducting operations in a new and fresh world.
- Warzone: Advanced
- Warzone: Iron Wolf
- Warzone: Shade
- Warzone: Iron Wolf II
- Warzone (2018)
- Warzone: Titans
- Warzone: Iron Wolf III
Warzone titles heavily focuses on competitive play which already started with the release of the original Warzone. Since the release of Warzone: Iron Wolf, the series received official eSports placements as well as the start of their own Warzone tournements: Warzone League Championships.
Every release after Iron Wolf features more eSports enabled gameplay for average players, besides the professionals. Since Warzone: Evolved, players can qualify for official League Play-offs from home with a new ranking system in multiplayer. That way, everyone can qualify if they are good enough and could then consider stepping into the world of professional gaming.