The Shattered Web missions for week 10 are now ready to play!
Get 15 default pistol kills in Deathmatch, 20 M4A1-S kills in Guardian: Canals, 5 kills with the enemy’s rifle in Casual: Dust II, 3 knife kills in Arms Race, deal 100 utility damage in Competitive, and earn 5 aces in Wingman.
“Hey, sometimes your opponent is just having a really good day!”
Repeat this soothing consolation should you run into any trouble completing this week’s set of challenging missions.
The itinerary for this Italian adventure features tours of five iconic locales in Casual, Competitive, Guardian, Wingman, and Deathmatch game modes.
Activision has finally revealed Call of Duty: Warzone, the free-to-play battle royale. As we learned from leaks and can now confirm, it’s a standalone battle royale rather than a mode attached to Modern Warfare. Give the trailer a watch above, and then take it for a spin tomorrow.
150 players will have to fight each other and outrun a deadly cloud of gas in the battle royale brawls, but Warzone’s also launching with a second mode. Plunder is all about getting rich, scouring the map for loot and killing players to steal their cash.
Both modes will take place on Verdansk, which we learned earlier is a new map stitched together from locations both old and new. There’s a city to fight over, but you can also leave civilisation behind and duke it out in Verdansk’s forests and mountains. Activision says the map features 300 points of interest, and each zone has its own landmark, including a lumber yard and a dam. It’s a big map, but you’ll be able to get around faster in vehicles. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to find an ATV, tactical rover, SUV, cargo truck, or a helicopter before someone else pinches it.
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As well as a novel respawn system that forces players to fight in 1v1 battles in the Gulag for the chance to return—only in the battle royale mode—both modes let you and your squad select a contract, a special objective that will reward you with in-match cash, loot and abilities like seeing the next circle location before the map shrinks. There are different types of objective, including ones where you have to hunt down supply boxes or secure specific locations.
That cash you earn can then be spent at Buy Stations where you can pick up tokens that let you respawn fallen teammates, revival kits that you can use on yourself, and killstreaks. In Plunder, you can also buy balloons that let you deposit your cash so other squads can’t steal it.
More details on both modes will appear tomorrow, along with a more in depth look at the map. Modern Warfare players will get a head start at launch, dropping into Verdansk at 3 pm GMT/8 am PT tomorrow. Four hours later, however, the doors will open to everyone else. Check out the launch map below.