Call of Duty NEXT revealed: enhanced multiplayer, Warzone 2.0 and mobile battle royale

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Call of Duty is definitely planning solid changes for the coming years.

Yesterday’s Call of Duty NEXT event revealed a number of interesting things and the direction the series’ multiplayer experiences will take in the years to come. And it was definitely interesting to watch. The main points of the presentation were about the classic multiplayer game Modern Warfare II, the next generation battle royale Warzone 2.0 and its mobile spin-off Warzone Mobile.

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Let’s start with the classic multiplayer. It retains the action DNA, but brings a number of innovations and improvements to the game mechanics. This is all about more realistic animations and movements, as well as the newly added ability to swim, hang on ledges and throw darts in the direction of running, as well as redesigned weapons. They are now modeled more precisely, and the animation for rendering them is also closer to reality. This means you’ll really feel the difference when shooting, the emotion is more believable and the animation is smoother.

There’s of course new maps, vehicles, and a completely overhauled Gunsmith weapon editor where you can literally craft every weapon to your liking and mix and match parts and components as needed. A lot of content can now be unlocked for a wider range of weapons, so you don’t have to start over every time you want to get a new part.

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Many maps have been adapted to specific game modes, in addition to Team Deathmatch and Domination, a number of other maps have been added or made minor improvements. Knockout is a fast-paced game where teams try to eliminate their opponents or hold the pack for as long as possible. Prisoner Rescue, as the name suggests, enlists one team to rescue hostages while preventing the other from doing so. Finally, the third new feature is Ground Battle, which is basically a giant deathmatch on larger maps. And if that’s not enough, the ability to play the game from a third-person perspective has been added for certain game modes.

If you’re looking to take a break from multiplayer, there’s Special Ops, a co-op mode where you and your friends will complete various challenges and missions against an increasingly challenging AI. -op experience.

The new generation of the battle royale game Warzone 2.0, which will reach everyone for free on November 16 this year, has also appeared. There, too, no innovations were spared, especially as most of the gameplay mechanics and innovations in the classic multiplayer game have been transferred to Warzone. As both experiences have a unified world and structure, we’re returning to the good old modern battlefield without the sci-fi flavor or other parallel dimensions.

There will be a brand new Al Mazrah map, a new Gunsmith, swimming, a redesigned gulag and a ring of death. Warzone should also include a brand new DMZ mode, which we’ll learn more about. However, there must be some kind of inspiration from Tarkov. Finally, we should not forget the mobile branch of Warzone Mobile, which can be registered already.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 was released on October 28 this year for PC and both console generations.

Complete presentation

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