It’s no secret that Infinity Ward has been developing a battle royale mode for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. However, it looks like it’s called “Warzone.” According to a report by MSPoweruser, “players of the newly-updated version of Modern Warfare have been able to glitch their way through the recently added Classified menu… Players will be able to run a training course, host a squad for teams, and matchmake into a random squad… Warzone was also recently leaked through an accidentally released promotional image which was promptly deleted.”
Call of Duty is about to serve up a new massive combat experience with the game-changing, free-to-play Call of Duty: Warzone – available tomorrow. Warzone is an all-new experience from the world of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, where up to 150 players can squad up with friends and drop into a massive online combat arena packed with non-stop action and endless fun. At launch, players will team up and fight as a trio across two epic modes, which includes a new take on the popular all-out survival Battle Royale mode with new and innovative ways to play, and an all-new original mode called Plunder, where teams battle to collect the most in-match Cash.
Are you excited for Warzone? Will you play it? Let us know. You can take a look at the launch times below. However, it seems like new players will have to download the entire Call of Duty: Modern Warfare client – that’s around 100 GB – if they want to jump in.
🕗 – 8AM PDT
🗓️ – March 10th
📡 – Download size 15-22GB
🕛 – 12PM PDT
🗓️ – March 10th
📡 – Download size 80-100GB
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) March 9, 2020
Look who’s back!
Captain Price and his cigar make a return
The stakes have never been higher as players take on the role of lethal Tier One Operators in a heart-racing saga that will affect the global balance of power. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare engulfs fans in an incredibly raw, gritty, provocative narrative that brings unrivaled intensity and shines a light on the changing nature of modern war.
It’ll last you a couple of months