CALL OF DUTY: WARZONE

Call of Duty(WAR ZONE)

Warzone is a free-to-play battle royale video game released on March 10, 2020, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. A version for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S has been announced to be released in 2022, with a mobile version also in development as of 2022.

ABOUT WAR ZONE

Players can enter matches solo, as part of a duo, or with two squadmates, with the ability to auto-fill gaps in your lineup if you choose to do so. However you drop in, there’s a good chance you’ll sit mouth agape at the gorgeously rendered intro cutscene – pulling back the curtain on Warzone’s ridiculously large map, which dwarfs the offerings of its competitors in terms of scale and variety (although vehicles do help mitigate the gaps between areas somewhat).

Every single building has been custom-designed, eschewing the deja-vu of PUBG’s identikit house templates, or Fortnite’s entirely destructible structures. While it’s easy to get lost, there’s a magic to fleeing an enemy squad to find yourself wandering around a facsimile of Infinity Ward’s previous multiplayer maps, such as Vacant or Overgrown.

  • Initial release date:10 March 2020
  • Mode:Multiplayer video game
  • Publisher:Activision
  • Nominations:The Game Award for Best Ongoing Game,
  • Genres:First-person shooter, Battle royale game
  • Developers:Raven Software, Infinity Ward
  • Platforms:PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and Series S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Microsoft Windows

One of the biggest changes of Warzone is its approach to eliminated players. For a period of time – usually until the game gets towards the business end of things – any player killed in the field will be imprisoned in one of several Gulags. There, you’ll queue up to fight an opponent 1v1 for the right to return to the main map.

Kill the enemy, and you’ll be transitioned back to the map – sans loot that you’d earned before dying. Perish in the Gulag and your teammates will have to scrape together enough cash to redeploy you, which is by no means a certainty.

It gives players a reason to stay invested even when their time is up, and waiting

It’s not all been good news, though. While Warzone is proving exceedingly popular, there have been some issues where players have simply been unable to get into a game.

That’s due to the servers not populating properly – and there’s also been some unexpected server downtime. It looks like these issues are being fixed, but with reports of infinite revive glitches too, it might not be the worst thing to wait a couple of extra days before jumping in.

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