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Warzone's newest update allows for 200 player battle royale quads

It is worth noting that both the 200-player battle royale and the Juggernaut mode were spotted in the game during the Modern Warfare free access weekend earlier this month, just days after the Season 4 update started rolling out. It's bound to be yet another heavy download too though Infinity Ward have said that the total file size for Modern Warfare/Warzone will be reduced when the new update is installed. Verdansk was previously limited to 150 players in a match, so the addition of 50 extra players should shake things up, even for battle royale veterans. "So get ready to drop in alongside 199 other members of this millions-strong community to cause havoc!" The update will be 22-30GB for Warzone players. Supply-run contracts also have been added to the map, allowing players who make it to nearby buy stations to purchase vital upgrades and items at a discount. The update also includes the Juggernaut Royale mode, where you'll find Juggernaut suits in airdropped packages and use them to take out enemies. The Spotter Scope lets you scan the environment and mark enemies without being detected. If you die, though, a new Juggernaut suit will drop for players to fight over. This update will also introduce the Rytec AMR sniper to all three major modes, unlockable through in-game challenges - or with a blueprint from the store as part of the Lost Souls bundle.

Lastly, Modern Warfare gets a new multiplayer map with Cheshire Park - "a picturesque garden and conservatory" in London, "where Operators will battle from door to door or through the central flora-filled area?" - and a new mode. However, Activision's official blog post doesn't say anything to that effect. There will be only one flag, with points earned for each second you manage to keep it.

Call of Duty Warzone Season Four Reloaded goes live tomorrow, June 30.



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