Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will most likely get battle royale mode

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will almost certainly get a battle royale mode. Last year the necessary information was already found about this and it now appears that the playing field can already be explored via a detour. A new trailer also includes a short teaser for the new mode.

Content creator Ryan B, the person behind the YouTube account PrestigeIsKey, says on Twitter that players can explore the battle royale mode playing field by activating the special CoD Caster spectator mode on the new Atlas Superstore multiplayer playing field in a private match. The entire map can then be viewed from a bird’s eye view. According to Ryan B., the visual quality of the playing field is on the low side, because the map is not yet part of the regular gameplay.

Monday reported He already knows that there is a new, closed-off section in Modern Warfare, which reads ‘Classified’ and last year a data miner already published a map of the playing field of the suspected battle royale mode. Based on the current explorations of the new playing field, that information from last year is correct. The data miner also revealed that the map is intended for 200 players and is accessible to solos, duos and squads. The playing field will include an airport, a city, a dam, a harbor and a television station.

Atlas Superstore is a new playing field that is part of the recently released second season of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Gamespot, among others, has published a cinematic trailer of this second season, which shows soldiers parachuting from an airplane, with a large, green cloud in the background. This probably forms the characteristic circular barrier for battle royale modes that makes the playing field a bit smaller.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, the predecessor to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, released in 2018, already has a battle royale mode called Blackout. It is still unknown when the suspected battle royale mode will officially appear in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.