With several major competitors in the free gaming market, studios have to constantly update their games or risk losing players. Activision’s latest offer for Call of Duty: Warzone is a target-based mode called Payload. The mission will be added to the rotating playlists as part of Season Four Reloaded.
Payload see two teams of 20 players fighting around a truck fleet
The new update mode was announced on Thursday, July 15th. Payload divides players into two teams of 20 members which have the task of tracking or attacking vehicles transporting satellite parts. Each team must meet its goal within a certain time frame. As usual, players will be able to use customized fillings or clues to help your side win. Also, it is possible to buy and create obstacles in order to stop vehicles on the tracks.
The setup doesn’t seem to differ as much from the types of protection or destruction missions available in Rockstar’s GTA Online and Read Dead Online. Certainly, fighting paratroopers and bombing heavily armed trucks through multiple checkpoints sounds attractive. Activision, on the other hand, sets Payload as a key battle that can change the balance of the war between Perseus and NATO. As for file sizes, Warzone updates will range from 8.9 GB to 9.2 GB na PlayStation-u, Xbox-u i PC-u.
Source: PC Press by pcpress.rs.
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