Call Of Duty: Warzone Dev Teases New DLC That Will Keep You Guessing
Activision plans to support the free-to-play battle royale game for a while to come.
Call of Duty's new battle royale game, Warzone, is out now. As expected, the game's developers--Infinity Ward and Raven Software--plan to support the game for some time to come.
Publisher Activision said in a press release that the developers have a "ton of content plans and live events" to come for Warzone. These new offerings aim to to "keep fans guessing and ready to experience new thrills."
Warzone and Modern Warfare share the same Battle Pass and microtransaction offerings, but it's unclear if Warzone will receive different content and updates in the future separate from Modern Warfare. That would seem likely, but nothing is confirmed at this point.
Warzone is a squads-only battle royale game, though if you select "don't fill" at the menu screen, you can drop in solo--this is a bad idea, however. In other news, Infinity Ward has reduced the player count requirement to start a Warzone match, which should help you find games more quickly.
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