Der Start von Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Warzone steht bevor. Dabei hat Infinity Ward bereits die konkreten Uhrzeiten genannt. Die jeweilige Startzeit von Battle Royale richtet sich danach, ob ihr Modern Warfare besitzt oder nicht. Spieler des…
Last year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is one of the best games in the series for quite some time, and tomorrow, it’s getting a brand-new mode titled Warzone. This is the battle royale mode of which various aspects have leaked over the past few months. Now that it’s confirmed for launch tomorrow, Walmart has a slick deal on the full game. Of course, Call of Duty: Warzone is completely free for everyone, so you won’t need to wait for your copy to show up to start playing.
The game’s regular price is $60, but Walmart currently has Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for $45 on PS4 and Xbox One right now. On top of that, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for PC is $55. The PC version comes as a download code that you can redeem in Blizzard’s Battle.net client, and it’s emailed directly to you after purchase.
Call of Duty: Warzone launches March 10 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET for Modern Warfare owners. For those who don’t own the game, it’ll be available the same day at 12 PM PT / 3 PM ET. It features a huge map that can host 150 players in one match. In addition to the battle royale mode, it features Plunder, a mode where players have to collect the most cash to win. This requires you to loot, steal, and complete mid-game objectives called Contracts. You’ll also be able to take control of a number of different vehicles, including ATVs, trucks, and helicopters.
In GameSpot’s Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare review, editor Kallie Plagge scored the game a 7/10, praising its campaign missions and smart multiplayer additions while lamenting the “nonsensically difficult” Spec Ops mode.
“The pitfalls of Spec Ops don’t detract from what Modern Warfare does well, though,” she wrote. “Realism mode is an excellent addition to the slate, and although not all the new multiplayer modes are great, Gunfight and the Night Vision playlist are refreshing standouts. And while the campaign ends up playing it safe in the end, it’s still a memorable one, and it lays a strong foundation for where the Modern Warfare series could go from here.”
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Call of Duty: Warzone has officially been revealed. The standalone battle royale game hits PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 10, and it’s free to play for everyone, so you don’t need to own a copy of Modern Warfare to download it. If you do have the 2019 shooter, however, you’ll be able to carry your progress between the two.
As Activision detailed in a lengthy blog post, Warzone has “unified progression” with Modern Warfare. That means content you’ve unlocked in Modern Warfare–including Operators, weapons, and Battle Pass items–can be used in Warzone, and any progress that you make in the battle royale game will carry over into Modern Warfare.
If you don’t yet own a copy of Modern Warfare but do pick it up down the line, all the progress and items you’ve earned in Warzone will be rewarded to you in Modern Warfare’s Multiplayer and Special Ops modes. Like Modern Warfare, Warzone also supports cross-play, meaning you can play with other players across PS4, Xbox One, and PC. You can read more details on Activision’s website.
Warzone isn’t the first time the Call of Duty series has dabbled in the battle royale genre; 2018’s Black Ops 4 received its own battle royale mode called Blackout. Warzone, however, is more ambitious, supporting up to 150 players and offering different two game types: Battle Royale and Plunder. The former mode is a more traditional take on the genre, while the latter is a race to collect the most cash.
Both of Warzone’s modes take place on a massive map called Verdansk. The game also introduces some interesting new mechanics like The Gulag, where you’ll be sent the first time you’re eliminated and have a chance to earn redeployment by facing off against another eliminated player in a 1v1 battle. You can check out some Call of Duty: Warzone screenshots here for a better look at the game.
In addition to those details, Activision has confirmed Warzone’s release times. If you own Modern Warfare, you’ll be able to jump into the battle royale game beginning at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET, while all other players will be able to download it starting 12 PM PT / 3 PM ET. For MW players, the download will weigh between 18-22 GB, but it’ll be significantly larger for everyone else.
Activision has announced and revealed Call of Duty: Warzone, a new standalone free-to-play game that is also available through Call of Duty: Modern Warfare as a game mode. Warzone itself is divided into two separate modes: Plunder and Battle Royale. The star of the show is Battle Royale though, and the new mode implements several features to give you something to do during the traditional downtimes of a battle royale game.
The most noteworthy of these is The Gulag. “Upon your first elimination, you will be taken as a Prisoner of Warzone and thrown into the Gulag,” Activision’s Stephanie Glover wrote in a blog post. “There you will await your fate and watch other prisoners fight to the death. When your turn is up, you’ll enter the Gulag and face-off against a single opponent in a 1v1 to earn the ultimate reward–redeployment.”
If you don’t happen to win in the Gulag, all is not lost. Your squad can still bring you back with in-match cash, and that’s where Contracts come in. While the Gulag gives you something to do while you wait to respawn, Contracts offer tasks for players who are in between skirmishes.
Your squad can only activate one Contract at a time and each one tasks you with different goals. One may ask you to find and open a series of supply boxes, for example, while another may give you the job of securing a specific location. Completing Contracts nets you cash and special in-match rewards, like being able to see where the next circle is. The cash can be used to buy a variety of perks, such as Killstreaks or Redeploy Tokens–the latter of which can be used to bring back fallen comrades who couldn’t survive The Gulag.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will finally roll out its long-rumored battle royale mode, titled Warzone, on Tuesday, March 10. If you want to get a lay of the land ahead of time, though, Infinity Ward has shown off an overhead view of the massive map. Plan your strategy accordingly.
The map (below) is a large area of Verdansk, with mountainous regions in the north and a body of water in the south. It’s pocketed with several landmarks, including the Atlas Superstore, a stadium, lumber yard, quarry, and racing track. A dotted line appears to show the playable area, which in battle royale fashion will shrink as the match proceeds.
Warzone will be free-to-play, so you can jump in and join the battle royale even if you don’t own the main Modern Warfare game. It will support up to 150 players, and Modern Warfare owners will get access a few hours early. There are other benefits to being in the Modern Warfare player pool as well, since non-owners will have a huge download size. New players will need to download an 80-100GB download, while MW players can get the mode with a 15-22GB one.
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The new mode will be available at 8 AM PT for owners, and 12 PM PT for non-owners. This follows weeks of are, previous leaks that suggested lots of now-confirmed details, including the gulag to fight your way back into contention if you die during the match. Check out screenshots of the new mode to get an even better idea of what’s in store.
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The Warzone screenshots highlight the various features available to players when the battle royale goes live tomorrow at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET / 3 PM GMT for Modern Warfare owners and 12 PM PT / 3 PM ET / 7 PM GMT for everyone else. The new mode is a pretty hefty download if you don’t already have Modern Warfare, though: non-Modern Warfare owners can expect a download size anywhere between 83 and 101 GB, while those who bought the game will only need to allocate 18-22 GB of space.
The images show Verdansk’s different aspects, such as locations to explore, vehicles to wreak havoc on, corridors to do battle in, and more. You can also see the density of Verdansk in the screens below.
Infinity Ward’s Warzone is bigger than Treyarch’s Blackout, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4‘s battle royale experience, upping the total player count from 88 or 100 (depending on the mode) to 150. Warzone also gives you something to do when you die for the first time: a chance to redeploy by competing in The Gulag.
Warzone is a separate, standalone experience that doesn’t require players to own Modern Warfare. It’s a free-to-play game with two available game modes–Battle Royale and Plunder–that carries whatever progress you earn over to Modern Warfare’s multiplayer experience should you purchase the full game.
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