Call of Duty: Warzone, the free-to-play battle royale title, will let upto 200 players join a match. It is not a permanent fixture yet but it has arrived. The limited time mode will allow up to 50 Battle Royale Quads in the match, thus giving a total of 200 players to fight it out in Verdansk, Activision announced this in a blog post. The limited-time feature is a part of Season 4 Reloaded update to the battle royale game.
As per Activision, the update is approximately 22-36GB heavy for those who have the full version of Modern Warfare. If you own the game on console, you need to go for an additional download of about 3.5GB and then restart the game before going for the Multiplayer. For the ones with just free-to-play Warzone accounts, the download size is approximately 22-30GB.
The Season 4 Reloaded update adds a new sniper rifle: the Rytec AMR–augmenting the number of available sniper rifles in the game to four. Complete the in-game challenges to unlock the .50 calibre-chambered semi-automatic rifle. There is also a blueprint variant of the sniper rifle that you can get from the ‘Lost Souls’ bundle on the Store.
A new multiplayer map called Cheshire Park has been added. As per the blog description, “Located in urban London, England, Cheshire Park is a picturesque garden and conservatory where Operators will battle from door to door or through the central flora-filled area.Take to the townhomes for long sightlines, the stores to capture objectives through intense CQB battles, or take to the side streets to take some shortcuts. If you dare, try to challenge those who may set up shop in second story windows, phone booths, front yards, or scaffolding.”
A new Team Defender multiplayer mode also comes with the update. In this mode, there is only one flag to be captured and defended instead of both the teams having their respective flags.