Changes Coming in Season 2 of Warzone 2, DMZ, 1v1 Gulag, Exclusion Zone and More


Infinity Ward, the developers of Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0, has announced several exciting changes that will be coming to the game in its upcoming Season 2. These include the addition of a new DMZ, 1v1 Gulag an Exclusion Zone, and new missions. And in addition to this, there will be new multiplayer maps as well.

One of the biggest improvements of the game will be its new 1v1 Gulag. It’s been a 2v2 Gulag since the game’s release, but it’s had its share of controversies. Some players enjoyed the chaotic nature of the game, while others felt it was a bit unfair. This new version will offer up a more cooperative experience, with players being able to team up with other players.

Infinity Ward has been giving us a look at some of the big changes that are in store for the game. The latest change involves the re-introduction of the loot system from the original battle royale. When a player dies, his or her loot will fall out of a container and fall to the floor. Previously, players had to find the loot on their own. But with the new update, they will no longer have to spend time searching for their items.

Another notable change will be the addition of the new Building 21. While there is no word on exactly how this will work, the building is expected to offer some high-value loot. However, it will likely be difficult to get to.

Additionally, the developers have already begun to address the most frequent complaints from the community. Specifically, they’ve re-designed the price system at buy stations. As a result, players will be able to purchase the best guns available in the game more quickly. This will help the game regain some of its lost trust.

The developers have also re-tweaked the looting system in some ways. They’ve addressed issues with the Insured Slot Weapons, and have re-worked the way players will be able to acquire loot. Rather than storing the items in a backpack, they will be stored in containers. By the looks of things, these are supposed to be similar to the “white chest” system found in Battle Royale.

There’s still plenty more to come. Infinity Ward has promised more details about the DMZ, new missions, and difficulty tuning for the new version of the game. All of this is expected to come out in the next few weeks.

Lastly, the developers of the game are still testing out various elements of the upcoming content. So, we might have to wait until mid-February to get the full effect of what’s in store for Modern Warfare 2. Until then, check out the changes that are coming to the game and see what you think!

Overall, Call of Duty: Warzone 2 will not be for the faint of heart. Even the newest version of the game has received a lot of criticism from the community. However, if you’re still a fan of the original, then it’s worth checking out.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Season 2 launches February 15. More details on the upcoming changes coming to the game can be found here.