Call of Duty: New Content, Shared Experiences, and Improved Mechanisms.
Call of Duty just released a huge Livestream. It featured a number of updates for some of the series’ most popular titles as well as news about the future of the franchise. The showcase featured Modern Warfare II and Warzone II. Warzone Mobile was also included.
The entire live stream can be viewed on Call of Duty’sofficial YouTube channel. This includes key creatives behind this franchise, as well as some of the most prominent streamers.
Modern Warfare II Multiplayer
The Modern Warfare IImultiplayer overview was the first major reveal at the live event. Although it was mainly cinematic, it still showed a variety of locations and gear as well as a plot involving international terrorist cells. It showed the US border, 3rd person mode, and prisoner extraction.
Drill charges, drone explosives, and inflatable mines are just a few of the equipment highlights. The use of ledge-hanging and peeking will allow for improved movement and new strategies.
Gunsmith 2.0 was also mentioned, with hints showing unique barrels, under barrels, and optics as well as receivers. New Gunsmith allows players to unlock universal/shared attachments and create amazing levels of customization.
Battle Maps: Sarrif Bay, Mercado Las Almas
Sarraf Bay features a lot more water-based combat than the urban areas that have inspired more parkour. The new emphasis on the water will bring boat chases, swimming, and other effects to various equipment underwater.
Mercado Las Almas, a Mexican street market, is expected to be more active and will offer 6v6 matches.
Game Modes: Invasion, Prisoner Rescue, Special Ops
Invasion is a large-scale, ground-war deathmatch that involves two teams of 20 players each. Each team has 20 AI support players. Prisoner Rescue is a round-based game where players take control of or rescue hostages. There are no respawns. Special Ops will be focused on two-player, asymmetrical missions that incorporate themes from Overwatch.
Warzone 2.0launches November 16th. It will strengthen the connection between all franchises, including weaponry, mechanics, and locations. Warzone will also include Sarraf Bay. This confirms our leak earlier today. The official Livestream confirmed that the map was named Al Mazrah and highlighted key points of interest.
This new map, which is larger than any Call of Duty history map, features points of interest with more unique advantages. You will also find a surprising amount of easter eggs.
Vehicles will now feel more distinct and real, with destructible tires and reactive weights. They can transport whole teams across the map.
Updated and New Features
Warzone 2.0 will add proximity chat and the Gulag returns. Looting will also be more reliable as locations will dictate the logical corresponding supplies. The closing circle is now a new dividing mechanism. It splits into multiple locations and rejoins at the end.
Players can attack Strong Holds to get free loadout items. These give players access to black sites that offer even more loot.
DMZ Mode Confirmed
DMZ will be the new extraction mode. It’s been a long-awaited launch. You’ll have a sandbox environment with various win conditions and challenging AI. It will be available across the entire map. You can pick specific missions and complete activities.
The Warzoneexperience is shown in Alpha footage with Verdansk mobile. To ensure a seamless and authentic experience, special attention was given to the physics, feedback, and controls.
Contracts for a complex economy will be in place, as well as brutal finishing moves and killstreaks. Thanks to the shared technology of the core game, up to 120 players are able to join a live match. This is a first for mobile titles and it looks very promising, provided that it works properly.
Warzone Mobile will also allow cross-progression alongside Warzone 2. and Modern Warfare II. However, it will still offer exclusive features. Call of Duty is now unified for a seamless experience.