COD Warzone: a leak reveals the sandbox mode with car racing and other activities

COD Warzone: a leak reveals the sandbox mode with car racing and other activities

COD Warzone

A few days after the debut of Season 2 of Call of Duty Warzone and Black Ops Cold War, a new leak appears on the net containing details on a new game mode.

This particular mode, discovered by the Twitter user ZestyCODLeaks, does not seem to have a name yet and could propose something completely different than what we are used to seeing in the free-to-play Activision shooter. It should in fact be a sandbox mode that transforms Verdansk into a sort of huge playground in which players do not have to use weapons but complete a series of mini-games.

Here are some of the activities they should get into the game:

A variant of control mode in which teams compete for territories Time trials A series of obstacle courses Vehicle-based races Activities involving helicopters A time trial at the shooting range shooting Competitions with parachutes that resemble the "the floor is lava" mode Safe areas within which it is not possible to eliminate other players According to the leak, moreover, this mode could have a connection with recent events and contains references to a infection to which a solution must be found. It is not excluded that the undead, now only present in the ship, can arrive all over the map and this timed event will allow players to permanently eliminate them.

Waiting for an official announcement from Activision, we remind you that the silencers are back to their pre-Season 2 state with the latest COD Warzone update.

'Call of Duty: Warzone' March 3 Update Fixes Agency Suppressor: Patch Notes

a boat sitting on top of a mountain: © Raven Software/Activision 'Call of Duty: Warzone' got a small update on March 3 to fix the Agency Suppressor. Read the full patch notes here. 'Call of Duty: Warzone' is available now on PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.

Call of Duty: Warzone received a hotfix Wednesday afternoon to address one of the biggest issues frustrating the game's community over the past week. After installing the small patch, any prior bullet velocity nerfs with the Agency Suppressor have effectively been reversed. The news arrives courtesy of an updated blog post from Warzone's developers at Raven Software.

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  • Agency/GRU/Wrapped Suppressors have been reverted to their previous state.
  • Fourth Operator Mission for Baker with objective to eliminate 15 enemies using a weapon with an attached 2x magnified scope or greater now tracks correctly.
  • Small updates to various UI elements such as icons, store bundles, player level up, among others.
  • The patch notes are short like most server-side hotfixes, but it's the top bullet on that list that is the most significant. When the Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2 update deployed in late February, one of the most puzzling meta changes was discovered when several of the game's Cold War weapon suppressors were a lot less powerful than they once were. The changes effectively made it so that the title's Cold War weapon sets were distinctly less powerful compared to their Modern Warfare counterparts. Without the right gear to complement the Cold War items, most of Warzone's newest weapon additions played well below their ideal state. Following today's small hotfix, however, those negative impacts no longer exist.

    This hotfix arrives a handful of hours after another controversial Warzone hotfix that prioritized glitches related to Reactive Blueprints before solving this glaring problem in the Cold War weapon meta. Fans felt the deployment of the March 1 update before the current one was an implicit admission that the game's paid microtransaction system, which now features several Reactive Blueprints, was more important than a shortcoming that impacted the Warzone experience for free and paid customers alike. Hours after the launch of Season 2, Raven announced that an Agency Suppressor fix was incoming and that it would arrive next week. The developers kept that promise, but they did so only after addressing cosmetic concerns.

    That being said, fixing the Agency Suppressor goes a long way toward addressing any problems fans may have had with Warzone Season 2 thus far. There are certainly still ongoing battles against cheaters and hackers that are constantly underway, but keeping the essential gameplay elements in check allows the game's more casual fan base to enjoy the content that exists.

    Call of Duty: Warzone is available now on PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.

    What do you think of the March 3 Warzone update? Is the Agency Suppressor just as good as it used to be? Tell us in the comments section!

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