Call of Duty has added a new free game mode called Warzone that offers 150 players a battle royale, as well as a new mode called Looting. Warzone was launched on Tuesday, March 10 at around 8:30 p.m. IST for players who already own Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, as single early access. The game mode should be playable for everyone since it was supposed to start working a few hours after the early access period. It can be downloaded independently from Battle.net for PC or from PlayStation and Xbox One stores.
What is Warzone?
The Battle Royale mode places 150 players in Verdansk where the last man (or the last team) standing wins. Looting, on the other hand, is a race between players to see who can collect the most money by eliminating enemies, looting and entering into contracts.
The Warzone update adds five vehicles with their own capabilities. These include an ATV, a Tactical Rover, an SUV, a cargo truck and a helicopter. There are also new mechanics that Activision has introduced like The Gulag. It is a place where the players eliminated for the first time are sent. They will then have to fight in 1v1 with another “Prisoner of Warzone” for a chance to redeploy in the battle royale. Teammates can also revive deceased players using money.
There are also map shopping stations where players can spend their money and buy Killstreaks, redeployment tokens, self-resuscitation kits and other perks. Purchase stations will be available in Battle Royale and Plunder game modes.
How to download Warzone
Players who have the updated version of the game will receive an 18 GB to 22 GB download for Warzone, which will then appear in the “ Ads ” section of the game, as reported in the company blog. Players who do not have Call of Duty: Modern Warfare should visit the store and download Call of Duty: Warzone, which will be an 83 GB to 101 GB download. The message also states that players do not need the version Complete of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to play Warzone.