A new variant for the battle royale mode is being added to the game Call of Duty: Warzone. This upcoming upgrade is aiming to limit your gameplay experience to no more than two different types of weapons.
The company is continuing its mission to expand and improve the user experience in the free-to-play version of the battle royale mode of the game. The officials have recently announced that a forthcoming initiative has the purpose of diminishing the usage of weapons throughout the game to two pieces per player.
The gamers will be allowed to possess only snipers and shotguns. With this initiative, the company is bringing on the market a new mode called the “Scopes and Scatter Guns Trios.” Stated already in the name, the multiplayer mode will support no more than three players in one team. The primary purpose of this mode is to develop the gaming technique.
Call of Duty: Warzone Proposes A New Battle Royale Mode
Gamers will be challenged to run and shoot while trying to get as close as possible to the target to be more precise during their attacks. In addition to this, they will try to shoot with precision while being situated far away from the goal. Players will be determined to change their views and strategies in a short time.
A beta variant of The Scopes and Scatter Guns Trio will be made available this week. The date when it will be made available to the broad public is yet unknown and no official declaration has been made with regards to this fact.
Call of Duty: Warzone has already banned 50 million users because of a lack of respect and fair play. Additionally, over 70.000 players worldwide are not guaranteed access because they cheated during the games. The officials are currently trying to come up with better measures to reduce the high numbers of players cheating.
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