More than half of the modes even have details of how they’ll work (Pic: Activision)
The latest Call Of Duty: Warzone update contains details about what look like future modes, including a classic battle royale mode.
Call Of Duty: Warzone only launched a couple of months ago and it’s already stuffed to the gills with content.
But the battle royale is still in its early days, which means there is still plenty of room for even more, and we may already have an idea of what that future content might be.
Recently, the game received an update, so naturally dataminers jumped in to see what if it contained any secrets.
Their findings were shared on a Warzone community subreddit and it looks like there are at least 13 more modes planned for the game.
Most of these modes also have accompanying details to explain what they are. At the top, we have Classic BR (most likely standing for Battle Royale), which sounds like it’ll be a very basic free-for-all, as it won’t include Cash, Contracts, Gulags, loadouts, or respawns.
Another interesting one is BYOL, which stands for ‘bring your own loadout.’ Basically, you’ll be able to pick your own loadout before dropping into a match. This will no doubt be popular with those that have a specific preference for certain weapons and such.
Fans are probably excited, until these new modes replace their favourites (pic: Activision)
It also mentions a mode called Pew Pew, where pistols will deal high damage. What makes this one stand out, though, is that it mentions explosive physics. We can only speculate, but is this hinting towards a destructible map?
Five of the modes, however, have no descriptions: Infinite Gulag, Most Wanted, One shot, Stimulus, and Inflation Redeployment.
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The dataminer that posted the info theorises that One Shot is a mode where you will die in only one hit, which doesn’t seem much of a stretch.
Maybe Most Wanted will have something to do with the now removed Most Wanted feature? So long as it doesn’t replace Bounties again, maybe fans will be more receptive to it next time.
Call Of Duty: Warzone is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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