Call of Duty’s Warzone review

Humberto Chairez, Reporter

Call of Duty released two new and free game modes, Plunder, a new outlook on battle royales, and Warzone.
Warzone is being beta tested, but it runs like a smooth and finished product. Warzone can hold up to 150 players at a time in a huge map Call of Duty created. The players are either separated into teams of three or they can play alone. The objective of the game is to be the last one standing.
What separates Warzone from other battle royales, is the inclusion of a second chance at playing again if the player survives the Gulag. They can also get a second chance if they are bought out by their friends from the shop.
This game mode is very addicting and keeps players coming back for more since the chances of winning are greatly increased. The guns are abundant, the gameplay is smooth and players can purchase the gun they desire instead of looking for one.
Plunder is also a free addition to “Call of Duty: Warzone.” Plunder also has 150 players in one map, but the objective is to be the first team to raise a million dollars. Unlike Warzone, there is an unlimited number of lives. Money is randomly distributed throughout the landscape, and players can eliminate other players for more cash. The money needs to be put into a chopper for security, and the first to reach a million is the winner.
Plunder is a nice change of pace and complements Warzone well. Warzone is very intense and slowly builds up tension, while Plunder is a huge and quick battle for supremacy.
Since the game is completely free to install and play, there is not much to complain about. There are, however, a lot of incentives to purchase “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare,” since the game is heavily advertised.
There are also many cosmetic items players can buy with in-game currency, but if players do not have enough in-game currency, then it must be purchased with real money.
Warzone is a fun and exciting new game mode that is free for players to download and play.