Following weeks of rumors and speculation Activision and Infinity ward have announced a new, free Call Of Duty game, Call Of Duty Warzone. Warzone is a stand alone free to play Call Of Duty experience featuring two game modes, Battle Royale and Plunder.
In Battle Royale 150 players split in to teams of 3 and fight to be the last team standing. Plunder splits the players in to two teams and task them with moving around the map gathering cash as fast as possible to reach $1 million before the time runs out.
The Warzone battlefield pieces parts of Ground war and Spec Ops locations from Call Of Duty Modern Warfare together as well as some popular Call Of Duty maps not present in Modern Warfare. Here are all the places that are included in the Warzone map:
• Military Base
• Train Station
• TV Station
• Storage Town
• Promenade East & West
Players who die during the first half of a Battle Royale match can earn a respawn by winning a 1v1 battle in the Gulag.
Warzone features cross play and cross progression similar to what is found in Modern Warfare, allowing players to play with and against people on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. PlayStation Plus is not required to play online and PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to claim an exclusive, free “Celebration Pack” from the PlayStation store, more information about that will be released after Warzone launches.
Call Of Duty Warzone will release free for all platforms at 3pm EST March 10th. Players who own Call Of Duty Modern Warfare (2019) can jump in a bit earlier at 11am EST. Will appear as an update for those who have Modern Warfare and will be available as a free stand alone download for those who don’t. Make sure you have plenty of free hard drive space, Call Of Duty Warzone weighs in at 85–101GB depending on platform.