Call of Duty: Warzone has released its first major update since it’s release last week, by introducing the highly anticipated solo mode.

11:45, 18 Mar 2020

Call of Duty: Warzone has released its first major update since it’s release last week, by introducing the highly anticipated solo mode.

For those who find three’s a crowd and prefer to be a lone ranger, solo mode is the perfect battleground. 

Sticking with the 150 person lobbies, solo mode will give the opportunities for players to showcase their talent on their own rather than relying on teammates. With the potential to have up to 149 enemies in the arena, solo mode give players the opportunity to for high kill games, and intense endgames.

It is literally the last man standing.

With the introduction of this game mode, it increases the importance for The Gulag. With no chances for redeployment, if you are eliminated here there’s no teammates to buy you back. The 1v1 battle will become critical to players as this is the only chance at redemption if you are killed in Verdansk. Developing your 1v1 skills is critical to success in solos.

This could also see much more importance weighted on intel. UAVs, Heartbeat Monitors and Recon Drones will be a player’s best friend in terms of locating enemies and evading confrontations that you’re not equipped for.

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The update also has more features, including a 10v10 Atlas Superstore 24/7 game mode, which means that the huge map will include much more confrontation and enjoyment. A new cosmetics bundle ‘Clover and Out’ has also been included in celebration of St. Patricks Day, and as with any update, some bugs have been fixed in terms of the Kill Feed and a movement speed patch.

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