Update: Another July 8 playlist update is being rolled out for Warzone, which makes some additional changes following the previous day’s playlist update. Check them out in the tweet below.
📢A playlist update for #Warzone is going out now across all platforms! This update removes the BR 200 playlist, adds BR Quads back into the submenu, and brings BR Stimulus Trios into the mix!
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) July 8, 2020
Original story follows…
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and the battle royale game Warzone are mixing things up when it comes to multiplayer playlists. A series of new playlists are now in rotation for players to check out across both games, and they include new and returning playlists and modes.
For Modern Warfare, the new playlists include Gunfight Tournaments, Dirty Old Houseboat, Realism Gun Game, and Bomb Objective Mosh Pit. In Warzone, players can now try out Plunder: Blood Money Quads. With this new playlist update, developer Infinity Ward also removed the limited-time Juggernaut Royale mode.
A playlist update is deploying now across #ModernWarfare and #Warzone!
– Gunfight Tournaments!
– Dirty Old Houseboat (Shoot House, Rust, Shipment)
– Realism Gun Game
– Bomb Objective Mosh Pit (SnD, Cyber Attack, Demo)
– Plunder: Blood Money Quads
– Removing Juggernaut Royale
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) July 7, 2020
The other existing Warzone modes–Solos, Duos, Trios, and 200-player Quads–are still available as well.
In addition to this playlist update, Infinity Ward is introducing new microtransaction bundles to the Modern Warfare/Warzone store this week, and one of them makes your gun look like a shark.
Looking ahead, Warzone’s rumored Season 5 update is set to introduce some major changes to the map. The map refresh is said to be part of how Activision will unveil the new Call of Duty game for 2020, which is believed to be Black Ops: Cold War.
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