Call of Duty: Warzone adds solo mode18th March 2020
Call of Duty: Warzone has added a solo mode for those who want to truly test their skills, all by themselves.
The game – released a little more than a week ago – already has two popular modes with ‘Battle Royale’ and ‘Plunder’, but the latest addition has caused mass excitement.
This isn’t the first time a title in this genre has implemented a solo mode, but this iteration is interesting because – like its other modes – it has 150 players vying to take the top spot all at once.
As such, those looking to prove their the best all on their own will have to outlive up to 149 other competitors, ensuring a win is no small accomplishment.
The game does not cost a penny to play, though it does require a hefty amount of storage space for those who do not already own Modern Warfare (2019).
One of the more interesting aspects of Warzone – that differentiates itself from rival titles – is the inclusion of the ‘Gulag’.
Upon dying, players can find themselves in the prison having one versus one match ups where the winner is allowed to return to the actual game and continue on with their team.
The skirmishes take place in Verdansk, a fairly large map amalgamating others found in the base game’s ‘Ground War’ mode with new areas and some that have a nod to earlier entries in the franchise.
Eagle-eyed players may recognise a certain swimming pool that was featured in the fan-favourite ‘Bloc’ map from the original Modern Warfare (2007).
Likewise, ‘Boneyard’ heavily resembles a mission from the sequel to the aforementioned game entitled “The Enemy of My Enemy” which, upon completion, triggers a trophy or achievement to be unlocked called “Out of the Frying Pan”.
Call of Duty: Warzone’s solo mode is currently available for anyone to play.
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