After a week’s delay, the update for Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 was officially made available. It also came with a hefty update size on all platforms—40GB (45GB for premium) for PC, 32.5GB for PlayStation 4, and 44.4GB for Xbox One.
Activision widened the already extremely popular battleground with different modes of play. Here are the details of the recent update.
Two teams of 50 will drop within the various areas of Verdansk and battle it out in a Team Deathmatch face-off. According to Infinity Ward‘s patch notes, there will be “custom loadouts, vehicles, and quick respawns.”
With the Warzone Rumble being added to the playlist, there’s now a total of six modes for Warzone. Players will be glad to know that Quads, Trios, Duos, and Solos are carried over this season. So for Season 4, here’s the updated playlist:
The Call of Duty: Warzone devs have decided to spin the Battle Royale arena. With the heavy update came three in-game events called “Jailbreak,” Fire Sale,” and “Supply Choppers.”
According to Infinity Ward, “events can occur during Warzone Battle Royale matches and have an impact on the strategy and approach to gameplay. Events can happen in any given match without advance notice. When they happen, events will always occur mid-game. E.g. after the first drop kit and before the Gulag closes.”
It is important to note that only one of the three new events will occur per match. Players are advised to familiarize the three events, to know which one is about to transpire:
Meanwhile, there’s a new Contraband Contract System as well, where it’ll give eliminated players a chance to respawn, “after a previous contract is completed.” There’s also a weapon mastery challenge implemented as well.
Lastly, as previously speculated, Captain John Price is indeed the new operator for this season.
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