‘Call of Duty: Warzone’ is getting its first target-based mode
For battle royals, it is a case of renewal or death. with some with great name the competitors in the free to play genre, studios must continue to update their games or risk losing players. Activision ‘s latest offer for Call of Duty: Warzone crowd is an objective-based way, called Payload. In the first one for the game, the mission will be added to the playlist rotation lists as part of Season Four Reloaded.
Here’s what you can expect from the new mode when it starts live with the update at 12:00 ET on Thursday, July 15th. Payload divides players into two teams of 20 tasked with either escorting or attacking vehicles transporting satellite parts. Each team must meet its objective within the set deadline. As usual, you can use personalized cargo or killing lines (including a new guard weapon from Black Cold War Ops) to help your side win the victory. You will also be able to purchase and build barriers to block vehicles on rails.
The configuration does not look very different from the types of protected or destroyed missions available in Rockstar GTA Online AND Read Dead Online. Though, fighting parachute attackers or bombing heavily armed trucks through multiple checkpoints sounds more furious. For its part, Activision is putting Payload as a crucial battle that “could shift the balance of the war between Perseus and NATO.”
In terms of file sizes, War zone the update will be from 8.9 GB to 9.2 GB on PlayStation and Xbox and PC respectively.
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