Call of Duty: Warzone manages to emulate the Battle royale magic while keeping that Call of Duty feel. This fidelity is definitely welcome as it helps retain the intensity we’ve come to expect from the series.
With the gulag and a healthy amount of contracts across the world, Infinity Ward clearly wanted to address some issues that are present in existing BR games.
Nobody wants to spend 10-15 minutes scrounging for loot only to lose it within a few seconds which is why the streamlined inventory system and the generous loot distribution are great and it contributes to the frenetic pace of the game.
The various sections of the map are well designed and intuitive. Combine that with the fact that you don’t have to worry about how much backpack space you have or what kind of armor you’re wearing and you get an easy to digest experience with superb and satisfying gunplay that is enjoyable by both casual and veteran players alike.
While Infinity Ward’s take on the very popular Battle Royale feels incredibly fresh, it’s not the only game mode Warzone has to offer.
Plunder is a game mode where squads race to reach 1 million dollars by looting, completing contracts, and stealing from other players. You’re immediately given access to all your loadouts and have infinite respawns, the firefights get incredibly messy and the scramble for money ensues.
No matter what game mode you’re gonna drop into, you are guaranteed to have a grand time. So what are you waiting for?