Another playlist update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone is coming. As always, there are some new game modes for the two shooters. Among other things, there will be a variation of three different game modes with extraordinary rules with the party mosh pit. The shipment card is also celebrating its return.
The team from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone has again prepared changes for the two shooters this week. Once again, players can look forward to a playlist update with new game modes. Among other things, the developers want to get you in a party mood with the party mosh pit. With this selection, three game modes return, all of which have unique rules. These are Gun Game Reloaded, One in the Champer and All or Nothing, all of which are held in Free-For-All mode.
The next new playlist is a comeback of the Shipment Map, which will be available around the clock this week. Cheshire Park will also be able to play the latest map in 8v8 mode at any time. As in the previous week, the gun battle tournaments will remain in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. In small 2v2 duels, players have to win four games in a row in order to unlock some exclusive rewards.
And also in Call of Duty: Warzone beckons for some variety this week. In addition to the well-known game modes (solo, duo, trio and quads), the Warzone Rumble comes back – a large 50v50 team deathmatch in the Battle Royale shooter. In addition, the "Loot money: Blood money" mode for quads is replaced by loot money for trios. Fans are still eagerly awaiting the announcement of the next part of the shooter series. This is supposed to be Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
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