Warzone, a battle royale mode of Call of Duty was released today, March 10, 2020. And fans are freaking out because of the F word!

 

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Image Credits: Call of Duty: Warzone

After a series of leaks during the game’s development, Call of Duty: Warzone is now available for players all around the globe. It serves as a free-to-play, standalone successor of the famous first-person shooter franchise and is expected to join the ranks of prominent battle royales like Fortnite and APEX Legends.

 

Check out the eargasmic trailer

 

Published on IGN’s official youtube channel, this teaser shows you glimpses of what awaits you in the battle arena. With epic, action-packed sequences, gunfires blaring in perfect synchronization with the music’s sick beat, and explosions, explosions, and explosions, one can only wonder if it’s really free or you’re falling for a scam. 

 

A familiar but more interesting gameplay

 

Similar to Fortnite and Apex Legends, Warzone has a battle-royale gameplay. 150 players will be divided into three squads. They will compete with each other until one person remains. Matches start off with players jumping out of a plane and choosing which part of the massive world of Verdansk they will land, and they’ll be carrying only a handgun. There are five vehicles on the map: ATVs, SUVs, cargo trucks, tactical rovers, and helicopters. There is a safe area to be indicated by a circle on the map, shirking as the game progresses.

 

But here’s the twist: eliminated players in most battle royales are insantly kicked off in a match. On Warzone, those who get killed will get a second chance by being sent into a Gulag. They will enter a 1v1 match and be redeployed if they win. Losers will have to wait for their teammates to pay for their redeployment.

 

F for free!

 

Nope, you’re not dreaming. The impossible has happened: we are seeing the words CoD and free in one sentence. Call of Duty: Warzone can now be played for free across various gaming platforms like Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PCs. And guess what, you don’t have to own a copy of Modern Warfare.

 

 

Have you played Warzone yet?

 

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