Warzone 2 has been spoken about for quite some time, but until recently, we didn’t know much about it beyond the fact that it was confirmed. Warzone 2.0 is the official moniker, and it builds upon the original concept that made Verdansk so popular.
Now that we’ve watched gameplay at the latest COD Next event, we know when we’ll be able to drop in with our buddies. Changes to the tried and true battle royale concept used in the last version include a new Gulag, adjustments to how circles function, and an entirely new map.
More information on Warzone 2 is anticipated to become available as the release date draws near. This guide contains all the information we have so far.
Find out when you can get your hands on Warzone 2, check out some gameplay, and learn about the current developments in this article.
When, Where, and How Much Will MW2 Be Available?
On October 28, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be available on the PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox One X, and PC (Battle.net and Steam).
Players who preorder MW2 on October 20 will have early access to the campaign. On PC, PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U, as well as all other platforms, the base price of MW2 is $70 USD.
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On the other hand, Warzone 2.0 is scheduled for release on the same platforms on November 16. It will be offered at no cost to players, just like its forerunner.
Warzone 2 Call of Duty Updates
Similar to Modern Warfare 2, Warzone 2 will be an improvement from its predecessor and will use the same engine, mechanics, and features. Warzone 2’s terrain will have new areas, including a Gulag, as well as new game variants.
In order to break up large, disorganized clashes and keep track of individual players better, the map’s circle will now split into several smaller circles before merging back into a single larger one.
Finally, all the information we have at this time is complete for Call of Duty: Warzone 2. The next Warzone game from Raven Software is still a ways off, but it allows you time to familiarise yourself with the current meta and hone your skills in the meanwhile.
Gameplay of Warzone 2
Infinity Ward, who has worked on multiple Call of Duty games throughout the years, is currently developing Warzone (including the original Call of Duty, the original Modern Warfare, and the original Warzone, not to mention Infinite Warfare, Ghosts, and the Modern Warfare reboot).
Recent CoD Next event, Activision gave an early preview of Warzone 2, therefore there is a lot of gameplay footage floating around at the moment.
See what we mean by “a huge evolution of Battle Royale with all-new playspace and a new sandbox mode” by checking out this video of Warzone 2.0 in action, posted on the official Call of Duty website.
And as we said before, Activision’s earnings-based post promised “groundbreaking advances.” Furthermore, we are aware that a new engine is being used to develop both Warzone 2.
The upcoming Modern Warfare 2, may result in a visual and mechanical departure from the original Call of Duty games. The ability to swim is all new, and vehicles are receiving a major overhaul that includes the ability to sustain more realistic damage, such as punctures.
You’ll need to visit a gas station or use canisters you collect in order to keep driving around the area, and there have been some important modifications made to the Gulag, such as making the in-match encounters two versus two instead of one versus one, with the winners returning to the main map.
However, the AI monster known as “The Jailer” can now be killed to get access to a new method of evading the Gulag.
Improved Functions in Warzone Version 2.0
In addition to a brand new battlefield, Warzone 2 will also introduce some exciting new gameplay elements. What additional capabilities have been revealed thus far?
The Newest MW2 Teaser
You can watch over a minute of gameplay from the campaign featuring Task Force 141 in the most recent Modern Warfare 2 teaser. The video features new gameplay and cutscene footage. Read on to find out more:
The updated functions are as follows.
- From this point on, the circle will break up into multiple smaller ones. Eventually, it’ll get back together.
- There are more choices for fighting when using a vehicle, and vehicles can be stolen.
- Fighting in the deep blue sea
- Dive and peek
- The development is similar to that of Modern Warfare 2
- Al Mazra’ah, a brand-new location on the map
- Talking to people across a room or in close proximity
- A new cooperative mode and artificial intelligence foes have been added to Gulag.
- Brand-New Points-of-Interest
- Extraction from the DMZ while facing out against AI foes
- A.I. foes can be found stationed in strongholds dotted over the world.
- All-new fleet, featuring a powerful helicopter
- Launch anti-cheat ricochet
- Powered by the same engine as Modern Warfare 2