Worried about the dreaded thought of hours upon hours and days upon days of self-isolation?
Well, 'Call of Duty' and Battle Royale lovers, fear not.
'Call of Duty: Warzone' burst onto the gaming scene last week and the Battle Royale-style mode has gripped the attention of gamers everywhere.
The free-to-play game was downloaded by six million people in the first 24 hours before a total of 15 million players hopped onto the online game after just four days.
Warzone pits 150 players against each other in three-man squad battles, however, the Infinity Ward-produced game has now revealed a single-player mode which is bringing a whole new meaning to every man for themselves.
For the serious gamers amongst us, this is the opportunity for the lead wolf to go it alone and leave behind the weaklings that previously let down the rest of the group. You know who you are.
So, there appears to be two similarities between your local supermarket and the Warzone map, violence and utter chaos.
However, within this instance, the organised chaos is only expected to intensify as the producers of the game made a very exciting announcement last week.
According to Patrick Kelly, the Infinity Ward co-studio head, the capacity of the Warzone is set to increase from 150 to a mouth-watering 200, with the addition of four and five-man squads set to be added.
Furthermore, Kelly was keen to reveal that Infinity Ward have plenty of exciting updates and features which are set to be added over the coming months.
Therefore, gamers, we have some advice: stock up on food and stock up on batteries because regarding 'Call of Duty: Warzone', self-isolation couldn't have come at a better time.
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