After several days of intense play, we finally felt ready to pass judgment on Call of Duty Warzone 2.0, a real revolution for the free-to-play dimension of one of the most successful sagas of our times. Has Infinity Ward’s battle royale lived up to the high-sounding name it bears?
The first Call of Duty Warzone proved to be its own main enemy: despite the attention given to it by the teams that took turns developing it, it never managed to get rid of the technical problems it had been carrying since launch. The dutiful reset of the experience rests on the shoulders of Infinity Ward, who took advantage of the same graphics engine also used for the new Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, which therefore serves as a starting point.
After we catapulted to Al Mazrah, we were able to ascertain that the quality level of the Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 experience is on average very high. From the gunplay to the weapon customization system, everything seems to work just fine. The new map is very vast and above all extremely varied, rich as it is in modern cities, small villages, bodies of water, a fortress, a hydroelectric plant and an airport. It is, in our opinion, the best war scenario among those proposed to date in the Call of Duty Warzone series.
The gameplay has been given a facelift with the introduction of immersive combat, third-person view, a revamped Gulag, bots, and contextual loot. In any case, the real flagship of the production is the amazing DMZ, new Escape from Tarkov style “extraction shooter” mode. In any case, we will talk about this in more detail in the Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 Video Review which you can find at the top of this news. If that’s not enough for you, we also have the text review of Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 for you.