Infinity Ward has noted that Call of Duty: Warzone does not have support for private matches, although that’s not entirely out of the question.
The studio confirmed during our visit that they have not implemented private match support for Call of Duty: Warzone for fans who may have wanted to try out custom games on the large map.
The studio, however, did not fully rule out the possiblity saying it could be something they look at down the line.
One of the things for players to learn Warzone is the second mode called Plunder, which allows players to have a more relaxed experience compared to Battle Royale as Plunder is respawn enabled and let’s players respawning as long as the match is going on.
If private match support does come to Warzone, we will be sure to keep you updated. Stay tuned.
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Warzone & Cold War Season 5 Operator revealed in leaked key art
Key art for Warzone and Cold War Season 5 has reportedly been leaked, revealing the upcoming Operator and a brand-new weapon.
Call of Duty: Warzone and Cold War’s Season 5 Operator and theme have reportedly been revealed in leaked artwork for the new season.
Warzone and Cold War Season 4 brought a ton of new content to both games, but we’re fast approaching Season 5. There are no official details on what the new season will entail, but one of the biggest expectations is that WW2 Vanguard will be revealed inside Warzone.
However, the Season 5 artwork has reportedly leaked, giving us a look at the brand-new Operator and weapon coming with this new Season.
Call of Duty leaker and data miner Nanikos posted a ton of information about Warzone and Cold War Season 5 to the GamingLeaksAndRumours subreddit. Here, they shared an Imgur link to the leaked Season 5 artwork.
In this image, we can see the supposed Season 5 Operator ‘Kitsune’ wielding what appears to be akimbo TEC-9 Pistols. She’s also surrounded by the numbers associated with Black Ops and Warzone’s Red Doors, so the season will likely continue this ongoing story.
Providing more information, Nanikos said that the season is “Japanese themed,” and will feature the TEC-9 Pistol that can be spotted in the artwork.
Nanikos also said that we’ll “probably see” the classic Summit map in a new Outbreak region as well as a standalone Summit for 6v6 multiplayer. While there’s no confirmation that they will come in Season 5, the leaker said they “know they’re coming,” and will be in Season 6 if not. This follows the recent leak that Cold War will receive 12 more maps.
Nanikos continued that “there is also still PHD and Double Tap for zombies and the lightning links field upgrade” still to come.
Of course, these are only leaks, so should be taken with the standard pinch of salt. Season 5 is set to launch on August 12, and we’ll know the concrete details when Treyarch and Raven Software releases the official roadmap ahead of this date.
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Crazy Warzone glitch lets players see through walls
A random glitch can occur in Warzone that allows players to see through walls and illegally track the movement of enemy players.
A bizarre new Warzone glitch lets players randomly see through walls to watch enemy players in Season 4.
Despite a well-balanced meta and Raven Software listening to some of the game’s complaints such as Perks, technical issues continue to hinder Call of Duty: Warzone.
Activision has plenty to worry about outside of CoD, but their battle royale shooter keeps being affected by various bugs and glitches. Season 4 has already seen Verdansk’s Gulag become a free-for-all, a God Mode glitch, and the ability to melee players at great distances through walls.
Now, it seems that if the game decides to, it can mess with your visuals so that you can see players through walls.
Their video kicked off in broken fashion from the get-go as the textures were rapidly disappearing in and out of existence.
By doing so, it meant that our player was able to follow the movements of an enemy player behind multiple layers of walls.
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If that wasn’t bad enough, our user presumably saw the first player’s teammate. He saw both of them running, through the wall, the entire time, and predictably, our player picked them both off due to this prior knowledge.
In response to a commenter who said this was unintentional cheating, the original poster said: “Oh absolutely was cheating. Unintentional. Yeah. Crazy game. Wish it is a more polished game. Anti cheats. Fixed glitches etc. So many things broken in this game. It’s fun. Lol.”
There didn’t seem to be any obvious trigger for this glitch either, meaning that it could happen to anyone at any time. As should be the case anyway, always be cautious and never assume your position is safe in Warzone.
Image Credit: Activision / Raven Software
How to watch World Series of Warzone $300k EU Trios tournament
The World Series of Warzone is kicking competitive Warzone up a notch, and we have the teams, draft, standings and stream covered for you.
The second World Series of Warzone tournament will see Trios from Europe competing for the lion’s share of a $300,000 prize pool, and we have the draft, teams, standings & stream for the highly-anticipated competition covered for you.
- World Series of Warzone EU Trios takes place on August 4.
- 5 Captains and 50 Trios duke it out in custom lobbies for $300,000.
- Team draft takes place on August 3.
Competitive Warzone has become one of the most popular esports scenes globally since the release of the Call of Duty battle royale in 2020.
While various tournament organizers and players have helped to propel the popularity of the game’s competitive scene, the World Series of Warzone is kicking it up a great deal, with a total of $1,200,000 being awarded over the course of four different tournaments.
The first event saw NA Trios compete against each other, with Team Aydan securing the victory, and now the second competition in the World Series of Warzone will see Trios from Europe take the spotlight.
To help you not miss a single second of the action from the upcoming EU Trios competition on August 3 and 4, we have the World Series of Warzone draft, teams, standings, and stream covered for you.
How to watch World Series of Warzone: Twitch Rivals Stream
The EU Trios World Series of Warzone will take place on August 4, at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET / 5 PM BST / 6 PM CEST.
All of the action from the event will be broadcasted on the official Twitch Rivals stream, so viewers looking to catch the draft and tournament will want to tune into the stream below on August 3 and 4.
Alternatively, almost every competitor will be streaming their individual POV, so you can check out who you can watch after the teams have been revealed.
World Series of Warzone EU Draft
The EU trios event will see five pre-selected captains form their own team and then draft an additional nine teams to form their own captain squad.
These five captain teams of 10 trios will then compete to secure the most collective points from placements and kills to earn a $100,000 prize pool and the Captain’s Cup championship.
You can find the five captains below:
The draft will be conducted live on the Twitch Rivals channel on August 3, 2021, at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET / 5 PM BST / 6 PM CEST. We will update this piece with the latest results from the draft.
World Series of Warzone Teams
There will be a total of 50 teams competing in the EU Trios competition.
Some of these teams will be competing together to help their Captain be at the top of the Captain’s Cup World Series of Warzone standings.
They will also be competing individually at the same time to secure the lion’s share of the remaining $200,000 in prize money by claiming the top spot in the final World Series of Warzone standings.
We will update this piece with all of the World Series of Warzone teams for the EU Trios tournament when they are officially made available.
World Series of Warzone EU Format & Prizing
The format for the event will be the same as it was for the NA Trios tournament. The competitors will duke it out in six custom lobbies, with placement awarding kill multipliers.
With each kill giving one World Series of Warzone Point, here’s the rundown of the scoring format:
The Captains and their teams will be competing for a share of the $300,000 Prize Pool. The teams prize poll will be $200k, with another $100k on the line for the Captains.
Here’s the teams prize pool rundown.
Here’s the Captain’s Placement prize pool.
|Captain’s Placement||Individual Prize|
|1st Place Team||$1,000|
|1st Place Captain||$20,000|
|2nd Place Captain||$15,000|
|3rd Place Captain||$13,000|
|4th Place Captain||$12,000|
|5th Place Captain||$10,000|
World Series of Warzone Standings
We will update this piece with the latest set of World Series of Warzone standings throughout the course of the EU Trios tournament on August 4, 2021.
There is no doubt that the World Series of Warzone EU Trios event will deliver just as many exciting moments and memories as the NA Trios competition did beforehand.
For more Call of Duty: Warzone, check out Season 4’s best weapons, and stay tuned for future news and guides.
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