Brace Yourself For Call of Duty: Warzone

Guild of Guardians
A new but familiar challenger is now heading for an all-out war against the titans of battle royale games as Activision will releases its new COD series called Call of Duty: Warzone tomorrow for PC, Xbox One and PS4 platforms.

Warzone offers a brand new twist to the infamous battle royale genre that gains a huge following of players since the arrival of PUBG, Fortnite and Apex and the newcomer last year, Free Fire. But what makes Warzone interesting against these mentioned games is that it offers a larger number of players that can join a single massive game. A total of 150 players can go head to head as they scourge the map for weapons and outlive other players in gun combat.

As of the time, the only map that has been announced for Warzone is Verdansk. There are currently two modes available for players to enjoy: the classic battle royale mode and plunder where the team who can loot the most money in the game (searching for the map, stealing it from the enemy or accomplishing in-game contracts) will win the game.

In battle royale mode, the normal shrinking circle that limits the gaming area will be in the form of "gas" which adds a surreal war effect in the enviroment.

Another feature to look forward in the game is Gulag wherein after your first elimination in the map, you will be respawn for a 1v1 match against other players in order to return in the map. Other than this, your teammates can still revive you in exchange for in-game money amounting to $4,500 or finishing some contracts.

Call of Duty: Warzone is free to play and on top of that you can continue your saved game in different gaming console with its cross-platform feature.

  • 11 March 2020, 0400 JST: Tokyo
  • 11 March 2020, 0400 KST: Seoul
  • 11 March 2020, 0600 AEDT: Sydney
  • 10 March 2020, 2200 MSK: Moscow
  • 10 March 2020 2000 CET: Berlin
  • 10 March 2020 2000 CET: Stockholm
  • 10 March 2020 1800 GMT: London
  • 10 March 2020 1600 BRT: Sao Paulo
  • 10 March 2020 1500 EDT: New York
  • 10 March 2020 1200 PDT: Los Angeles
For the moment let's wait for the SEA release and save a lot of your memory because Warzone might take 80 - 101 GB before you can enter and join the fray.