Activision confirmed earlier this week Call of Duty’s Season Two release.
There are, of course, three new maps, new weapons and a new battle pass, but it has seemingly been revealed that among the usual additions to the game, a new Battle Royale feature has been incorporated.
At the 1:20 mark of the latest trailer, it shows soldiers jumping out of a large aeroplane into a larger map, and there’s also an ominous green mist in the background that may allude to the Battle Royale shrinking circle, which is part of the usual features of the mode.
The main menu also has a new option shown as 'CLASSIFIED', so that paired with the new short movie looks almost certain to be revealed as the Battle Royale feature.
This mode has been included in previous Call of Duty games. such as 'Black Ops 4', that had the Battle Royale mode known as Blackout.
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Raven Software is reportedly behind the development of the latest Battle Royale feature.
This studio allows players to take part as long as they own one of the Call of Duty titles, meaning you may not need to actually own the 'Modern Warfare' game itself to participate.
The option is reported to feature up to 200 players and will offer solo, duos and four-player matches as well as some kind of respawn system.
The map also consists of locations such as the Gulag and a football stadium, and it's meant to be absolutely massive!
It is important to note that these reports have still to be officially confirmed by Activision, but it would not be a surprise if the Call of Duty game developers announce their plans soon.News Now - Sport News