New Update To Call of Duty: Warzone Makes Finding Matches Easier
Warzone’s update makes jumping into matches with lots of other opponents much easier. The player requirements have been lowered so you won’t have as much trouble finding a match with enough people on board.
This was announced by Infinity Ward via a Twitter post: “If you’re already in Warzone, we’ve lowered the player count requirements needed to start a match. Staying in lobbies until they’re full will help you find matches quicker.”
If you have struggled to jump into a match because you’re waiting for other players around the world to join, this should hopefully become a thing of the past. With less frustrating waits, we’d imagine this will help to boost player count overall.
What Can We Expect From Call Of Duty: Warzone?
For those new to the new Call of Duty battle royale mode, Warzone is an interesting add-on for the Call of Duty world. If you haven’t already had a chance to battle it out in Warzone, then we’d definitely recommend giving it a go.
Warzone’s battle royale mode allows up to 150 players to battle together on a huge map with new Call of Duty locations and some familiar ones too.
Interestingly, one of the main features of the new battle royale mode is that when you’re killed, you don’t get kicked out of the game. You will get a chance to continue the fight but will be placed in a Gulag where you’ll need to fight another player in a one-to-one fight. The winner of this gunfight will be brought back into the central game.
Have you tried out the new CoD battle royale mode yet? What do you think of it so far? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.