Season One Update for Call of Duty Brings New Map, Raids, and Soccer

Call of Duty Brings New Map: Fans of soccer and player versus environment (PvE) shooters will like the latest Call of Duty release, Season 01 Reloaded. There will be the first Call of Duty raid in Modern Warfare 2, and foosball enthusiasts may enjoy a special event in Warzone for a limited time.

Even DMZ, which is my favorite mode, was acknowledged. The free-to-play battle royale mode Warzone 2.0 in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has recently gotten a significant content upgrade. Many ways are available in Call of Duty, from the classic team-based multiplayer games to the more recent battle royales and PvE variants like DMZ.

Updates like today’s Season 01 Reloaded provide a tonne of fresh content to the game’s many game types. Shotgun damage has been noticeably nerfed, and the standard minor and major adjustments have also been made. Let’s dive in.

Call of Duty Brings New Map
Call of Duty Brings New Map

Call of Duty’s First Raid

Sure enough, the first-ever CoD raid occurred today. It’s easy to imagine dozens of trolls rushing about in League skins, hopping from corner to corner in Call of Duty because it’s not Destiny or World of Warcraft.

However, there is nothing to worry about because Modern Warfare 2 features a brand new Raid mode, a three-player scenario that does not rely on matching.

So, if you want to play the game, you’ll have to shell out $70 for the complete edition. Not only that, though. To access the raid in Call of Duty, you must complete one of the following.

  • Complete a specific Daily Challenge in either Multiplayer or Special Ops
  • Place within the top 20 in any Warzone 2.0 Battle Royale Playlist
  • Exfiltrate DMZ with $30,000 in cash

You will receive a week-long Raid Assignment for completing either of these tasks. A Raid Assignment is required to participate in the raid.

Most players should be able to breeze through these tasks and enter the raid with relative ease. What then, though? The Season 01 Reloaded patch characterizes the raid as an “exciting combination of action and riddles for three-person teams to explore.”

However, it is also connected to the overall storyline of the MWII propaganda operation. This is “Episode 1” of the raid, so more will come. After the events of Modern Warfare II, the tale continues.

That’s not a negative thing, at least in my book. The game’s indifference in the early act had me reaching for Haze as a palate cleanser, but the action improved considerably in the second half. Perhaps our buddy Ghost will even treat us to more seductive hushed conversations.

I think the raiding concept has potential, and it’s certainly enjoyable in games like Destiny, although the raid homework and matchmaking requirements are a drag. Let’s see how it goes, but I’m confident Call of Duty has the gritty mechanics I need to like.

Warzone 2.0 World Cup

Although I have never wished for more sports to be included in my video games, I am aware that many people are interested in the worldwide obsession with soccer. Call of Duty has a special mode available for a limited time that includes a giant soccer ball, a standard-sized field, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), and shock sticks to satisfy your sportsball cravings.

The side that scores five first is declared the winner. In all sincerity, I think you’d be better off playing Rocket League or some bizarre Halo mod. The intention is friendly, but this mode feels too off in my early testing. From December 14th through the 23rd, the Warzone World Cup will be held.

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