Lots Of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Battle Royale Details Leak For Warzone Mode

A new mode called Warzone is reportedly on the way.

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Details about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's rumored battle royale mode, Warzone, continue to leak. The latest details come from the Twitter user @CaptainBadfoot who claims they were randomly tossed into the Warzone lobby where the "training" mode is available alongside new menus that reveal some of what to expect from the mode.

A video from the training mode shows that Warzone will reportedly include a version of the "ping" system that Apex Legends popularized, and Fortnite later added. The Twitter user also found screens that shows there will be a "Trios" variant where three people play together as they fight to be the last team standing. Warzone will also reportedly feature solo, doubles, and quads.

He also posted an image of a screen that shows the vehicles that will be available in Warzone, which include ATVs, SUVs, helicopters, cargo trucks, and tactical rovers.

There will also be a revive system and "supply stations" that you can buy that will be air-dropped into matches, based on CaptainBadfoot's information.

He said he glitched into the Warzone menu after playing the new multiplayer map, Rust. Unfortunately for CaptainBadfoot, this story has a sad ending. He said he was permanently banned from Modern Warfare in the wake of these leaks.

Another ongoing rumor is that Warzone will be a battle royale mode inside Modern Warfare as well as a free-to-play standalone game that everyone can download and access. Everything related to this is unconfirmed at this stage, as Activision has made no official announcements.

A battle royale mode is all but surely coming to Modern Warfare, as the Season 2 opening cinematic pretty much confirmed this. Also, the Modern Warfare title screen has been updated with a section called "Classified," which is presumably a placeholder for Warzone.

Modern Warfare already has a large-scale mode in the form of Ground War, which supports 64 players. Before launch, Infinity Ward teased that the game could support a 100-player mode at some point, and now it seems it's happening with a battle royale mode.

While you wait, you can check out GameSpot's new opinion feature where we discuss what we want to see from the battle royale genre in 2020.

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I haven’t touched the game since week 1, I’ll only come back to this if the battle royale ordeal is true, until then u’ll see me in Apex

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i guess so.

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of course he would get banned for posting this , its the logical thing to do if i was a dev

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@afromakka: Not sure this falls under TOS since this was Activision fault. Don't think they should ban him

but they do have have a right to take down the video or picture I believe which is standard industry tactics sued for leaks

Thankfully they un-ban him! so this end as a happy ending

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