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Get ready to dive into the next generation of Warzone. Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 will debut as a 120-person battle royale on November 16.
Activision said that Warzone 2.0 will use the same Call of Duty Next game engine as this year’s campaign and multiplayer title, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, which arrives on October 28. Also using the same engine is Warzone Mobile, which arrives in 2023. The open beta starts on Friday for PlayStation. The engine is designed for next-generation systems.
Activision said the title will be transformative for a bold new era of Call of Duty. I’m happy about that as Warzone is my game. Since it debuted amid the start of the pandemic in March 2020, I’ve put in 11 days, 10 hours, and 57 minutes playing Warzone. For that time, I’m in the top 8% of players when it comes to 1,135 kills. Sadly, I’ve died 2,761 deaths. (Hey, I never said I was good at my game).
You can also fight in vehicles on the water in Warzone 2.0.I’m in the top 6% of players in terms of my overall score, and I’m in the top 9% with eight wins in battle royale thanks to the fact that I play with my friends (like Stembo, Bum King, Stvrgeon, Timmieg720, PierrePressure and more) who are better than me.
While you can start leveling up your guns on October 28 with the launch of Modern Warfare II, you’ll have to start playing the campaign and multiplayer first. Then Warzone 2.0 arrives with appears to be a brand new modern combat map. You’ll have a new Gunsmith app to customize …