Since the release of Warzone, there’s been a lot to talk about–both good and bad. But what matters is that it has shown enough in its first few days for players like myself get excited and eager to try more creative modes incorporating new concepts into gameplay such as Gulag mode which offers an intriguing change from traditional FPS games with objectives on maps other than just killing eachother (not that I don’t enjoy those too).
A fresh spin on battle royale action
Snappy shooting and contemporary Call of Duty flair
Custom weapon loadouts flip the game meta on its head
Loadout kits remove some match randomness and dynamism
Looting becomes less useful as you progress during a match