What you need to know
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is an incredibly popular first-person shooter from Activision.
- Its battle royale mode is called "Warzone."
- The game got a "Solos" mode today where you can fight alone.
- Follow this link on the Microsoft Store (opens in new tab) to download Call of Duty: Warzone.
Over 6 million players experienced Call of Duty: Warzone in the first 24 hours — 15 million in the first week — and it doesn't seem like that figure isn't going to slow down any time soon. If you aren't familiar with the game, Call of Duty: Warzone is a free-to-play Call of Duty battle royale experience. Yes, you read that right, you don't have to buy Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the latest release, to play the battle royale mode.
If you own Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, you'll just have to download a roughly 20 GB update and can access the battle royale mode through the main menu. However, if you don't have the game, you can go to another link on the Microsoft Store (opens in new tab) to download it for free.
Previously, you were forced to play in a team. Luckily, the "Solos" mode is now available in the game. You can take a look at an excerpt from the press release Windows Central received.
Activision also shared some tips for the mode. The objective is to be the only one standing, and it's going to be hard!
Are you interested in Call of Duty: Warzone? Let us know.
Call of Duty: Warzone
Be the last one standing
Welcome to Warzone, the new massive combat arena within Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, free for everyone. Drop in, armor up, loot for rewards, and battle your way to the top.
Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.
Wait, you could play alone before, you just needed to turn off the "fill team" option.
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