Call Of Duty Warzone 200 Player Mode has been introduced in the latest update.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare Season 4 has just arrived earlier this June after a short delay, but its latest update will blow your mind so hold on to your helmets, Call of Duty: Warzone just introduced a mega 200 player mode in the limited edition update.
Season 4 of Modern Warfare and Warzone has just been updated earlier, on June 29, at 11.00 pm PDT. Previously, the official Call of Duty Twitter account posted a tweet that spelled out “200” in small icons of a person attached to a parachute. “We’re gonna need a bigger plane,” the caption reads.
The update is set to increase capacity, so Verdansk will be able to hold up to 200 players in Battle Royale Quads, meaning 50 Quads of Operators can fight each other ‘and the encroaching circle collapse’.
This increased capacity makes Warzone an even bigger Battle Royale scenario, as players can line up alongside 199 others to get to work on the mission. As Activision says: ‘Captain Price needs you all this week – especially as the Armistice alliance is all but broken with infighting between Allegiance and Coalition forces threatening to cause chaos across Verdansk’, so it seems the more the merrier.
200-PLAYER BATTLE ROYALE — The biggest game-changer with this update is the 200 player battle royale mode, which will make this game have the largest matches on the battle royale market. The mode is being touted as a “limited-time mode” in some promotional images (like the one above), but the blog post does not specify how long 200-player matches will be available for in Warzone. The 200-player mode for Call of Duty: Warzone was rumored before the game was even announced, but it has been absent from the wildly popular battle royale game until now.
Hopefully, it will stick around if the mode is successful and it doesn’t put too much stress on Activision’s servers. One other addition that should spice things up with larger player counts are Supply Run Contracts, which reward players with a discount if they reach a specified Buy Station within a time limit, this should be much tougher to do with 200 players on a map.
NEW MODES — While 200-player matches are the major new draw, two other new modes also come with this update: First up is Juggernaut Royale, which will see players fighting for the classic powerful armor.
“Find one of the airdropped care packages to become the Juggernaut and use the mini-gun to attack enemies and vehicles,” the official description explains. “Once a Juggernaut is sent to the Gulag, a new Juggernaut care package will drop on the map, so do your best to capture the suit and take on any squad that stands in your way.”
Those of you playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will also find a new mode called Team Defender. This returning classic mode has teams trying to rack up as many points as possible by holding a flag spawned somewhere on the map.
NEW MAP, WEAPONS, AND SKINS — As with any Call of Duty update, Season 4 Reloaded comes with new weapons, maps, and more. The Spotter Scope can now be found on Verdansk and used to mark enemies around the map. A new sniper rifle called the Rytec AMR has also been introduced and should pair well with that new scope. The Cheshire Park map has also been added to Modern Warfare in addition to a new Operater named Roze and a variety of new content bundles to buy.
The blog post detailing the update confirms that Season 4 Reloaded will be released at 2 A.M. EASTERN ON JUNE 30, 2020. For players that have Modern Warfare installed, the update will be between 22 and 36 GB depending on the platform. For those with just Warzone installed, the update will be between 22 and 30 GB. Be sure to clear out some space on your system before this update lands!
As always, the update comes with a hefty download size, approximately 22-36GB for owners of the full version of the game, while console owners must install a secondary download of approximately 3.5GB, then reboot the game to access Multiplayer. Once the update is completed, it ‘should minimally increase the overall digital footprint of the full version of Modern Warfare’.
Existing free-to-play players, on the other hand, will have a download size of around 22-30GB.