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Warzone 2: release and information



Warzone 2: release and information

The “Battle Royale scene” certainly had its spring a long time ago, but many representatives of the genre are still frolicking on all platforms. A really big one is finally getting its long-awaited sequel on November 16: Call of Duty Warzone 2. Although the ‘sequel’ should certainly be in quotes here – but more on that in a moment.

Call of Duty Warzone is easy to break down: “Boots to the ground” Call of Duty Battle Royale on a gigantic map. Battle Royale is the principle that a certain number of players are dropped on a large map. The last surviving team wins. Equipment and weapons must be researched on the extended map. However, without hectic structure building, as depicted in Fortnite (now thankfully optional), but also without Apex Legends’ Overwatch-like team of fast-paced heroes.

But it’s exactly this tough no-frills setting that many love, which is why it’s no surprise that the mainstream success is now followed by an indirect successor. Indirectly, because it’s theoretically the same game – apart from the graphics and gameplay improvements of the recent Modern Warfare 2 and a new map.

It’s called Al Mazrah and should be much bigger than all the previous locations. A wide variety of exciting locations can be seen in the images and in the trailer linked above, and anyone who knows the developers at Infinity Ward also knows that there are plenty of little secrets to uncover here.

In addition, for the first time there is a so-called “DMZ mode” in the new version, which on paper looks like a simple Tom Clancy’s Wildlands or even a gigantic Dark Zone from The Division: Some kind of PVPVE (Player vs. Player vs. Environment; i.e. NPCs or bots) experience, which is designed to always offer new incentives with dynamic content and factions.

In my understanding, almost like an MMO Battle Royale, you should gain experience here, complete missions with or against others, and collect loot, which you will eventually have to take with you from the DMZ that gives it its name. . Call of Duty Warzone 2 will be released on November 16 on all major platforms (including crossplay and progression!) and will be free to play.

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