Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the latest Battle Royale games that is developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision. It comes for all the major gaming platforms which include PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Most of the features are taken directly from Modern Warfare. The game company also had dropped hints of Warzone in Modern Warfare before its official release.
Today’s playlist update is now live across all platforms!
– Disabling the pumpkin heads due to a bug
– Disabling the helicopter in the night version of Verdansk#Warzone
– BR Solo Survivor
– Juggourdnaut Royale
– Plunder: Candy Collector
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) October 23, 2020
Call of Duty Warzone Playlist Update
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On October 23rd, a new playlist update was released by Infinity Ward. This new update included some of the bug fixes. These were done for the issues that were seen by almost all the players during The Haunting Event.
During the early days of September, Infinity Ward had released an update for the playlist of Call of Duty: Warzone. It then removed all of the vehicles from the game map. After that, the developers also mentioned that this vehicle removal is not going to be a permanent thing. But they didn’t give the players any hint as to when they would be back in the game. Along with the bug fixes, the information about the playlist update in Warzone is this:
- Disabling the pumpkin heads due to a bug
- Disabling the helicopter in the night version of Verdansk
- NEW: BR Solo Survivor
- Juggourdnaut Royale
- Plunder Candy Collector
Call of Duty: Warzone is a different take from most of the Battle Royale games. It takes place in a city known as Verdansk. It consists of numerous unique landmarks, sectors, and zones. The first unique thing about this Battle Royale is that each match can hold up to 150 players. This is far more than the titles like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (max up to 100 players), Fortnite ( max up to100 players), and Apex Legends ( max up to 60 players).
The second unique thing about Call of Duty: Warzone is that after a player gets defeated, it’s not the end of the road for him. But instead of directly giving the respawn option to their teammates, the player will get a chance to battle it out against other defeated players in “Gulag”. Whoever wins will get the chance to get back.