It also works in Russia, but for now you need to dance a little with a tambourine.
As promised, Call of Duty Warzone 2.0, the “sequel” to one of the most popular battle royale games, was released today. The project is available on all current platforms, while PC players can use both Battle.net and Steam. In the Russian region, Warzone 2.0 is formally available, but at the time of publication of this article, you need to dance a little with a tambourine, since the release queue has not yet reached us. Obviously, developers open access gradually in order to avoid the “fall” of authorization servers, as is often the case with releases of large projects.
Recall that in Warzone 2.0 players will find a new battlefield – “Al-Mazra”, new gameplay mechanics, a lot of new weapons and much more. To put it simply, if you were a fan of the original Warzone, then version 2.0 should be to your liking.
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In the foreseeable future, Warzone 2.0 will also have a PvPvE mode called DMZ, which, although conceptually a bit like Escape from Tarkov, is essentially a mode with completely different game rules. As part of the DMZ beta testing starting today, this can be seen for yourself.