Infinity Ward have excelled themselves with Call of Duty's new Battle Royale move: Warzone. Hosting 150 players on one very large map, you would expect it to be hectic, but in fact it is the perfect blend of tactical and skill.
From roof snipers to MP7 warriors, vehicle charges to bush camping, this is not the first time Call of Duty has dabbled in the Battle Royale world.
COD Blackout was, as some would say, a less successful attempt. It was clunky to pick up attachments for guns - a main criticism at the time. However, Infinity Ward seems to have taken the guidance of Fortnite, in which you can simply pick up different levelled guns to use, making it easier and faster to loot and keep going.
Also, unlike Blackout, Warzone is free.
With the growth of Fortnite and Apex, it was unlikely that Call of Duty could charge for their Battle Royale and expect the high levels of players its competition receives. Thankfully, you do not need to own the rest of Modern Warfare in order to access Warzone.
Also, like all BR games, it can become infuriating, but don't worry, Captain Price always has a few tips and tricks up his sleeve.