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Call of Duty: Warzone adds BR Trios Classic — a mode with no Gulag

Call of Duty: Warzone provides a number of twists to the battle royale formulation. Most notably, gamers can respawn as soon as per match, or purchase again their fallen allies. But on Friday, Infinity Ward added a brand new form of playlist: BR Trios Classic.

In BR Trios Classic, gamers can’t gather money, full contracts, purchase loadouts, or enter the Gulag and respawn. This new mode is a serious shift for Warzone gamers, as the sport’s Gulag and money programs assist it stand out from different battle royale modes.

In a patch late Monday evening, Infinity Ward up to date Warzone and made the Gulag weapons full-auto — they was once principally pistols and single-fire weapons. Players have since complained about the change on the Warzone subreddit, saying the change eliminated a number of the Gulag’s dance-like fight.

But with BR Trios Classic, gamers received’t want to fret in regards to the Gulag modifications in any respect. Instead, a single demise means you’re completed for good, and might want to cheer in your allies from the sidelines, as an alternative of ready for a buy-back.

BR Trios Classic is at the moment reside in Call of Duty: Warzone.

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