New details about Warzone 2 2 have been leaked in a YouTube video. There are fundamental changes in the Battle Royale shooter.
Streamer and CoD YouTuber Nero Cinema Various leaks about Warzone 2 revealed in its latest video. We tell you what will change compared to Warzone 1.
According to the NerosCinema source, Warzone 2 is based more on Call of Duty: Blackout than on Warzone 1. Although the gear should become an integral part of Warzone 2, it is not purchased from the purchase stations as before, but must be fought from order it. In the so-called “bastions”, players have to carry out various commands in order to earn their gear. Tasks should range from defused a bomb to dealing with waves of AI attacks. It’s not mentioned if these strongholds are the only way to get gear drops or if there are still random drops around the map.
Another change related to weapons and perks. Our shooting irons can be equipped with a maximum of five attachments in Warzone 2. This can put an end to the massive mixing of various weapon outfits. Pro perks go back to Warzone 2. These were introduced in Modern Warfare 2 (2009) and can be unlocked depending on certain requirements. Pro Perks is an improved version of the original.
Inventory system and armor change
Warzone’s inventory has essentially remained unchanged since release and consists of a maximum of two weapons, a basic and a tactical one. In Warzone 2, this should be reviewed now. According to NerosCinema, bags or backpacks will be offered in which we can carry grenades, weapons and even kill bonuses. Bag space should be limited, which requires good inventory management. Similar mechanics exist since the release of BR shooter PUBG.
Armor boards should still be available in Warzone 2, but in the future we’ll need a special bag to carry our boards in. So it’s very likely that armor plates would become a rare commodity in Warzone 2 if there weren’t enough pockets of armor scattered across the map.
On the new BR map for Warzone 2, an area will be modeled after Highrise, a map from Modern Warfare 2 (2009). We can also look forward to Verdansk’s return in Warzone 2. However, it’s unclear if the map will actually be made public upon release. Those who want to test the settings of their weapons will be able to do so at the shooting range, where statistical values such as damage and range will also be recorded. Complex demo videos from YouTubers will soon become a thing of the past.
Industry insider Tom Henderson says the new Warzone 2 map layout is more reminiscent of Call of Duty: Blackout than Warzone 1.
To be honest, the new Warzone 2 map looks more like Blackout than Warzone in terms of its design.
It will be interesting to see how all this is done.
– Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) May 18 2022
Since this is a leak, all information is of course not final and can change at any time. However, Henderson did comment on the leak and categorized the information as mostly correct. CoD leak TheGhostOfHope has a different guess, believing NerosCinema is confusing Warzone 2 with Modern Warfare 2’s DMZ mode: “Looks like a guy mixed DMZ and WZ2 to me lol”.
I wouldn’t beat around the bush, but a lot of it is true.
I suppose there are some inconsistencies because the source can’t remember the exact details… but yes, the overload leaked inside, apparently. https://t.co/MaVyUEWBch
– Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) May 17 2022
Modern Warfare 2 and therefore Warzone 2 are expected to be revealed on June 8th. By then we should be sure.
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