New information on the latest Call of Duty game, Warzone 2, indicates how it will vary from its predecessor.

Activision has revealed that the sequel to the battle royale craze, Warzone, will be released within the life cycle of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, which will be released later this year.

According to a video by NerosCinema, Warzone 2 will be similar to Black Ops 4’s Blackout mode, which was Call of Duty’s first excursion into the battle royale genre. When compared to Warzone’s eventual popularity, the mode was rough around the edges and did not live up to the anticipation.

In the video, NerosCinema mentioned that Warzone 2 will have AI players in strongholds that must be liberated through various goals in order to receive their loadouts.

Ground treasure with pre-determined Attachments will stay in the game, unlike Warzone and Blackout. A new bag system will make it easier for players to keep and organize their stuff.

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There are no backpacks accessible in Call of Duty: Warzone for now, but they might allow players to carry more killstreaks, tactical equipment, and other assets while also pushing them to make trade-offs in order to carry a greater range of objects.

While Activision has yet to confirm this leak, freelance journalist Tom Henderson affirms that the majority of the leaks are real and will be released in detail in June.

According to Activision’s claim, players will undoubtedly be treated to ‘groundbreaking advances’ in the next battle royale sequel.

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