Warzone hotboxes the drop-plane and fans are loving it

Warzone hotboxes the drop-plane and fans are loving it

Written by 

Jack Marsh

Published 

12th Apr 2024 12:50

April has hit Warzone like a storm. But instead of clouds of trepid rain, its puffy white circles of smoke, fresh from the breath of a bong.

Continuing Call of Duty's fascination with weed and the 420 holiday, Snoop Dogg, Cheech and Chong, and now a stoned Sloth have all come in to blaze one up.

And it seems like they have all been gathering in one place to get the most out of the holiday, namely the drop-plane.

Warzone hotboxes the plane in new Rebirth Island mode

 

The latest LTM, High Trip, has been living up to its name, as players have been emerging from the drop-plane through a cloud of smoke as if it had been hotboxed.

Players will all drop out of the pot-pilfered plane at the start of the game, regardless of the skin, where the LTM will continue to drop some hallucinogenic gummies and the effects of the hotbox will begin kicking in.

Throughout the game mode, players can pick up four power-giving edibles named Green Boost, Loot Blast, High Focus, and Fill Up, as the normal game mode gets an injection of mellow colours and jazzy levels of action.

New High Trip Resurgence LTM is winning in Warzone

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With the mode now live on Warzone, players have been jumping into Rebirth Island and loving the fun twist on the regular solos game.

"High Trip Resurgence LTM is actually so much fun," said ModernWarzone on Twitter.

"Best LTM yet", added another fan.

The mode also gives out a weed-themed weapon blueprint for anyone who can win a game of the High Trip Resurgence solos mode, although it is currently bugged.

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High Trip is only supposed to be succeeded by another trippy mode with G3T HIGH soon, as the air continues to get polluted with the smoke of the devil's lettuce.

Jack Marsh
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Jack Marsh
Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.
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