Call of Duty: Neuer Leak zum Battle-Royale-Modus für Modern Warfare aufgetaucht

Auf Twitter ist mal wieder ein neuer Leak zum Warzone-Spielmodus von Call of Duty: Modern Warfare aufgetaucht, der uns mit weiteren Details zum Battle-Royale-Ableger versorgt. Demnach werden Spieler wie gewohnt in Solo, Duo oder 4er-Squads gegeneinander…

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Lots Of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Battle Royale Details Leak For Warzone Mode

Details about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare‘s rumored battle royale mode, Warzone, continue to leak. The latest details come from the Twitter user @CaptainBadfoot who claims they were randomly tossed into the Warzone lobby where the “training” mode is available alongside new menus that reveal some of what to expect from the mode.

A video from the training mode shows that Warzone will reportedly include a version of the “ping” system that Apex Legends popularized, and Fortnite later added. The Twitter user also found screens that shows there will be a “Trios” variant where three people play together as they fight to be the last team standing. Warzone will also reportedly feature solo, doubles, and quads.

He also posted an image of a screen that shows the vehicles that will be available in Warzone, which include ATVs, SUVs, helicopters, cargo trucks, and tactical rovers.

There will also be a revive system and “supply stations” that you can buy that will be air-dropped into matches, based on CaptainBadfoot’s information.

He said he glitched into the Warzone menu after playing the new multiplayer map, Rust. Unfortunately for CaptainBadfoot, this story has a sad ending. He said he was permanently banned from Modern Warfare in the wake of these leaks.

Another ongoing rumor is that Warzone will be a battle royale mode inside Modern Warfare as well as a free-to-play standalone game that everyone can download and access. Everything related to this is unconfirmed at this stage, as Activision has made no official announcements.

A battle royale mode is all but surely coming to Modern Warfare, as the Season 2 opening cinematic pretty much confirmed this. Also, the Modern Warfare title screen has been updated with a section called “Classified,” which is presumably a placeholder for Warzone.

Modern Warfare already has a large-scale mode in the form of Ground War, which supports 64 players. Before launch, Infinity Ward teased that the game could support a 100-player mode at some point, and now it seems it’s happening with a battle royale mode.

While you wait, you can check out GameSpot’s new opinion feature where we discuss what we want to see from the battle royale genre in 2020.

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Earn Free Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Rewards By Watching Twitch

Want rewards in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare but need to take a break from playing? With Activision’s new Twitch promotion, you can keep getting goodies just for watching streamers play the game.

Running from now until February 19 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 6 PM BST (which is February 20 at 4 AM AEST), the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Twitch promotion includes reward tiers for hitting certain viewing totals. It coincides with the launch of Season 2, which features new maps and the return of the character Ghost.

Watching an hour will earn viewers the Prime Watcher emblem in the game, while the two hour and three hour rewards are the Restless Sleeper spray and an hour of double weapon XP. For four hours, you’ll get the Hard Landing animated calling card.

To qualify for the rewards, you have to have a Call of Duty account, then connect it or re-link it to your Twitch account. Once this is done, look for streamers who are on the official Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Twitch directory and have “drop eligible” on their streams. These qualify for earning rewards.

If you haven’t yet updated Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for Season 2, you will need to set aside some time. The update is 51 GB on PS4, 68 GB on Xbox One, and a whopping 94 GB on PC. Maps and weapons are free to all players, even if they don’t purchase the game’s Battle Pass.

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 2 Update Adds A Disgusting New Dismemberment

Infinity Ward packed a lot into the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 2 update, and this includes a new dismemberment animation that is incredibly brutal and disgusting.

You can see in the video below that players killed by killstreaks can now have their heads blown clear off. Have a look at the video below to see this in action, but fair warning: it’s gross.

If you don’t want to see this new animation, or the game’s other gory ones, you can toggle off dismemberment and gore effects from the Options menu. Bear in mind, however, that dismemberment only happens in the campaign mode, but gore effects are in all modes.

Modern Warfare’s new Season 2 update adds a heap of new content, including a new version of the fan-favorite Modern Warfare 2 map, Rust. It’s available in a 24/7 playlist called “I Have Rust Issues.” For more, check out the full patch notes.

In other news, Infinity Ward is rumored to be working on a battle royale mode called Warzone, and its release might be coming up sooner than expected. Players have successfully glitched into the mode’s menus, revealing new details about it.

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CoD: Modern Warfare Battle Royale Warzone Menu Possibly Accessed Via Glitch

A battle royale mode is all but surely coming to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, as the Season 2 opening cinematic strongly suggested it’s on the way. Now, more evidence for this has emerged. As Charlie Intel reports, multiple players have glitched into the menu for a new mode called “Warzone,” which is presumably the name of the battle royale mode.

Images from the menu show options for Weapons, Operators, and Barracks, while a page for “Drop Kits” that you can edit before matches has also popped up. Additionally, people have claimed to be able to see the new battle royale map by various and unconfirmed means. A video of the entire rumored map has also been posted online.

The Modern Warfare Season 2 update added a new “Classified” page to the game’s title screen; this is believed to be the placeholder for the Warzone battle royale mode. While these latest details seem to be legitimate, Infinity Ward has yet to make any official announcements outside of the teaser. You can re-watch this teaser in the video embed above.

Modern Warfare already has a large-scale mode in the form of Ground War, which supports 64 players. Before launch, Infinity Ward teased that the game could support a 100-player mode at some point, and now it seems it’s happening with a battle royale mode.

There are numerous unsubstantiated rumors about Modern Warfare’s reported battle royale mode floating around now, including that Warzone could be a standalone free-to-play game, but nothing is locked down yet. Keep checking back with GameSpot for the latest.

While you wait, you can check out GameSpot’s new opinion feature where we discuss what we want to see from the battle royale genre in 2020.

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Battle Royale Mode Possibly Discovered Through Glitch

A battle royale mode is all but surely coming to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, as the Season 2 opening cinematic strongly suggested it’s on the way. Now, more evidence for this has emerged. As Charlie Intel reports, multiple players have glitched into the menu for a new mode called “Warzone,” which is presumably the name of the battle royale mode.

Images from the menu show options for Weapons, Operators, and Barracks, while a page for “Drop Kits” that you can edit before matches has also popped up. Additionally, people have claimed to be able to see the new battle royale map by various and unconfirmed means. A video of the entire rumored map has also been posted online.

The Modern Warfare Season 2 update added a new “Classified” page to the game’s title screen; this is believed to be the placeholder for the Warzone battle royale mode. While these latest details seem to be legitimate, Infinity Ward has yet to make any official announcements outside of the teaser. You can re-watch this teaser in the video embed above.

Modern Warfare already has a large-scale mode in the form of Ground War, which supports 64 players. Before launch, Infinity Ward teased that the game could support a 100-player mode at some point, and now it seems it’s happening with a battle royale mode.

There are numerous unsubstantiated rumors about Modern Warfare’s reported battle royale mode floating around now, including that Warzone could be a standalone free-to-play game, but nothing is locked down yet. Keep checking back with GameSpot for the latest.

While you wait, you can check out GameSpot’s new opinion feature where we discuss what we want to see from the battle royale genre in 2020.

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