CoD: Warzone Update Brings Classic Battle Royale Mode To Trios

Can your team of three last in Call of Duty: Warzone without any of the usual advantages?


Following a massive update that brought some new modes to Call of Duty: Warzone, developer Infinity Ward has announced that the Classic Battle Royale mode is now playable in Trios on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

The Classic Battle Royale mode, which was announced a little earlier this month, does just as the name implies. The mode removes all of Warzones add-ons--cash, contracts, loadouts, the Gulag, all of it--and opts for a stripped-down, traditional last-man-standing experience.

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When Infinity Ward first introduced the mode, the studio called it a limited-time experience. It's unclear whether the mode will remain as a permanent addition to Warzone's playlist.

In addition to the new game mode, Infinity Ward rolled out a huge patch for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone. While it weighs in at approximately 31 GB across all platforms, the latest update makes a bunch of changes to both titles. This includes new items and weapons for Warzone, extra Modern Warfare maps, and more.

In other Call of Duty news, there are some apparent teasers happening in Warzone. The first seems to suggest that Captain Price--from the campaigns of both Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Modern Warfare--might make a return in Season 4. The second is a name reveal for this year's Call of Duty title, reportedly called Black Ops: Cold War. An official announcement for this game is supposedly coming soon.

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