Call Of Duty: Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer each start Season 02 on February fifteenth, and the battle royale will see the return of the primary Warzone’s 1v1 Gulag. Raven Software and Infinity Ward have shared particulars about how that’s going to work in a brand new weblog put up, together with some information about extra modifications to battle royale, DMZ, and Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer. The put up doesn’t go over incoming maps, modes, and options that gamers can count on to see in Season 02, however the devs say they’ll be sharing extra on these nearer to the brand new season’s kick-off time.
Gulag retains gamers occupied after they’ve crashed out of a match, giving them the possibility to claw their method again into play by beating opponents. That was the speculation anyway, however Warzone 2’s totally different and controversial 2v2 Gulag is waving goodbye. It’ll get replaced by a 1v1 Gulag much like the mode discovered within the first iteration of Call Of Duty’s battle royale. New 1v1 maps are being labored on for the beginning of Season 02, although one of the vital instantly apparent issues altering about Gulag is the retirement of the minigun-wielding Jailer. They’ll get replaced by Warzone’s Domination-style flag management level, kicking in when Gulag goes into extra time.
The revised Gulag’s weapon pool is increasing, too. Players will be capable to get their army mitts on assault rifles, submachine weapons, and light-weight machine weapons for his or her main weapons. Shotguns are out, which makes roughly a 3rd of us very unhappy, however you’ll nonetheless have entry to handguns as a secondary. Anyone who wins a Gulag has additional cash to stay up for, as rewards are going up subsequent season to offer returning, victorious gamers a leg up after they re-enter battle royale. There’ll be money spawns across the Gulag area to look out for, too.
You can learn extra about Warzone and Modern Warfare II multiplayer Season 2 here. Call Of Duty: Warzone 2 is free to play from Steam and Battle.net. Modern Warfare 2 is £60/$70/€70, additionally from Steam and Battle.net.
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