When exactly does the battle royale mode "Warzone" appear for the first person shooter Call of Duty: Modern Warfare? There is a new hint. According to current reports, the release should be a bit late. However, the mode should be available towards the beginning of March. Infinity Ward, however, remains silent.
In the past few days and weeks, there have been numerous rumors and speculations surrounding the Battle Royale mode of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Among other things, it was read that the release of "Warzone" – the name of the new game mode – is said to be imminent. However, according to recent reports, it could take a little longer.
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As can be read at VideoGames Chronicle, among other things, the release of Warzone mode for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is said to be (buy now for € 47.90) supposed to be scheduled for early March. The magazine relies on sources not specified. Since updates for the first person shooter usually appear on a Tuesday, the report assumes that March 10, 2020 as the release date for the Battle Royale mode is relatively likely. On the day of its release, "Warzone" should be available to all players immediately. In addition, it should not only be available as an additional mode, but also as a standalone version. Should players opt for this Free2Play version, they can allegedly purchase an upgrade to the full version.
However, this is just another rumor so far that you should consider accordingly. The developer studio Infinity Ward remains silent about the Battle Royale mode for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. However, according to current reports, the marketing campaigns are expected to start later this week. We will of course keep you up to date in this regard.
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