Call of Duty Warzone has reached the mark of 15 million players in just a matter of a week. The game was released on March 10, 2020, & it is available on all the major platforms including PC, Xbox One & PS4.
The new battle royale game has received 79 % rating on Metacritic for PS4. Warzone has received positive reviews, both from fans & media publications. Warzone features two modes for players – Battle Royale & Plunder.
It is an all-new Battle Royale experience from Infinity Ward, where up to 150 players take the role of a veteran Tier 1 Operator and drop into the dense and sprawling world of Verdansk. In the battle royale mode, the last squad standing wins the game while escaping the deadly gas.
However, in the Plunder mode, players need to collect the most in-match Cash, by looting & taking down enemies to steal their cash & by completing in-match Contracts. Warzone Battle Royale mode also features “The Gulag” which gives an option to players to get redeployed after 1v1 battle.
Cut to now, one of the prominent Call of Duty data miner leaker, ModernWarzone, has revealed on Twitter that Warzone will soon get Duos & Squad mode. He shared an image that shows an in-game menu for team size. Leaked image also suggests the ability to change the rules and run private matches. Have a look at it down below.
This information has been data-mined from the code of the game files. It has been found by Shenlord, a Call of Duty player. Infinity Ward recently added a solo mode to the game, which has been well appreciated by fans.
On many occasions, data-mined leaks have gone accurate. But we should only take these leaks with a grain of salt & should wait for the official news from Infinity Ward. Rest assured, we are keeping a close tab on all the developments & will update you with more information whenever it arrives.
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