Call of Duty Battle Royale Mode is Called Warzone

Drops March 10th

The battle royale mode called Warzone has been rumoured for a long time. It was finally revealed on March 9th. However instead of being a mode for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare it is going to be its own standalone game that is free-to-play for everyone. Warzone will support crossplay between platforms as well as up to 150 players in a single map. Each game mode for Warzone will include a choice of, Solo, Duos and Trio’s. so you can tackle the game on your own or jump in with friends on other platforms. Several vehicles will also be included into the maps to help you get around faster.

Plunder will be the second game mode available to Warzone at launch. in this mode players are tasked with searching the map for cash and the team with the most cash at the end of the 30 minutes win. Respawns are unlimited in this mode after a 15 second timer. Players can also used classes they have created. When a player dies they will drop they cash they had on them so surviving is essential to achieve victory. Players can deposit cash at helicopter pads located across the map, this is risky as everyone can see this helicopter and steal the cash from you before you can get it into the helicopter but once the cash is in the helicopter it is then secure.

Another option is for players to use a Deposit Balloon which can be purchased from Buy Stations. This is a safer option for players but you can only deposit $150,000 at a time.

A new system called the Gulag has been added When you are eliminated from Warzone you will get placed inside the Gulag, here you will have to win a one-vs-on fight with another player to be able to return to the match. Other players can watch fights happening in the Gulag.

Warzone will release worldwide on Tuesday March 10th for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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Matthew is a Writer from the North-East of England. He is a huge fan of the Metal Gear Franchise and enjoys single player story driven games.

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