This month has just been phenomenal for Call of Duty fans. Following the release of the 2022 version of Modern Warfare 2, Activision and Infinity ward have yet another surprise for you guys.
Yes, we’re talking about another sequel to the Call of Duty series, Warzone 2.0. The game, as the developers mentioned, will essentially be Free-to-play. Moreover, it’s going to be a part of Modern Warfare 2.
Anyone who has purchased Modern Warfare 2 (2022) will likely have the upper hand if they’ve been playing the game.
If you’re wondering why this is so, it’s because they’ve probably put in some hours towards earning some weapon XP and upgrading/customizing a bunch of weapons and weapon stats are expected to be carried over to Warzone 2.0; epic news, right?
If you’ve played MW2 (2022) and you’ve dotted all i’s and crossed all t’s, you might be merely half a day away from the best Call of Duty’s Battle royale experience one can get.
Warzone 2 Release Time
Anyway we’ll begin with the main part of the article. The game is expected to launch on 16th of November 2022, we’ll cover a bunch of time zones so you guys get a rough idea of exactly when you should have your PCs or Consoles up and running. Here they are:
On November the 16th, the game will go live as per the following timings:
- 6PM (GMT) for you English folks out there.
- 7PM (CET) for the Europeans.
- 10AM (PT) for the United States.
- 11:30PM (IST) for the Indians.
The game also features something called the “DMZ” mode. Now, there’s been a lot of talks about this one feature mainly. If you’re wondering what it is, here’s a bit about the same:
The DMZ mode goes something like this. You’ll be spawned in Al Mazrah, wait.. Spawn? So, yeah. You won’t be jumping out of a plane for this one. You’ll spawn at different locations on the map with your squadmates.
This mode is basically survival of the best, wherein you’ll have to work through a bunch of tasks, contracts, as well as some other nail-biting stuff, all while staying alive.
Your squadmates can always revive you, but the thing is, there’s essentially only one life in this mode. The ultimate goal would be to loot the best stuff you can possibly find, and get to the rendezvous as soon as possible.
There’ll be marked positions on the map. Once you’re done looting, you’ll be required to call in for extraction. There are marked limited positions, and once all of these positions have been used, there’ll be one final position that the players must get to, to be successfully extracted.
If you miss this last chance of escaping Al-Mazrah, you’ll be presumed dead due to becoming MIA (missing-in-action).
What truly makes this game mode special is the ability to use the stuff you loot for purchases in in-game shops.
Your operator, by default, will have a backpack. Everything you loot in this game mode, weapons, cash, everything there is to loot, will end up in this backpack.
Once you’ve successfully extracted from Al-Mazrah, all of the items you’ve looted will basically be rewards for you.
We’re pretty excited about Warzone 2.0, and we expect for the battle-royale experience to be better than ever.
The developers already had set the bar pretty high with the original Warzone, but another Warzone? This ought to be good.
We at Frondtech will be covering every aspect of the game Warzone 2.0, so, for guides, news and basic walkthroughs, you know where to find us! See you all in the next one!
That’s all, folks!
Last Updated on November 16, 2022
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