Warzone isn’t Activision’s first foray into the battle royale genre using their Call of Duty franchise as a backdrop. While it may now be ancient history, Call of Duty Black Ops 4’s Blackout mode was the first COD battle royale. However, Warzone followed it up, and in many ways, it distinguished itself from the pack.
Whereas Blackout mode contained many homages to previous Call of Duty maps, it felt a little generic, lacking unique features to distinguish it from the many other battle royale games on the market. Warzone, on the other hand, has a lot of personality and a few features that make it a little more forgiving than your run-of-the-mill battle royale.
For example, the Gulag system, which allows two dead players to duke it out for the right to respawn helps make Warzone a little more approachable for those who are new to battle royales. Giving teammates the ability to purchase revives for fallen comrades accomplishes the same thing, giving players a reason to spectate and root for their allies when they die.
Warzone set itself apart from the pack, and this led to Activision’s decision to keep the game around for another life cycle of Call of Duty. With the release of Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, Warzone stuck around, incorporating the new weapons from Activision’s latest game and bringing along seasons of new content.
Another thing that distinguishes Warzone from other battle royales is that you are able to eventually get a loadout of your own instead of relying on weapons that you find in the world. While there are various weapon qualities in Warzone, they’re typically there just to let you know how many attachments are on a gun.
Of course, not everything in Warzone is unique, and it incorporates elements that are common to other battle royale games, like an increased health pool complemented by armor (the game’s equivalent of shields). Much like Fortnite’s
potions, you can find armor plates around the map to regenerate your armor coverage.
There are also gas masks that will allow you to weather the storm for a short amount of time, allowing you to circle around enemies so that you can get the drop on them. The map of Verdansk is relatively large, and you may need to use the many vehicles that are littered around the map to traverse it effectively.
Warzone also has plenty of easter eggs and small challenges that players can face throughout a round, some of them culminating in rare loot drops like the golden gas mask.
Today, we’re going to take a look at some of the best ways to hack Warzone so that you can win every round that you start.
Warzone is the most ambitious Call of Duty title that has ever been created. While it started off as a game mode in Call of Duty Modern Warfare, it is now its own full-fledged battle royale and the first Call of Duty game to have content from two separate entries in the series.
Along with this status, Call of Duty Warzone also occupies a unique space in the cheating world because of its free-to-play status. All previous Call of Duty games have been pay-to-play.