Call of Duty Warzone: Review and Verdict

Call of Duty: Warzone is the latest iterations in the famed Call of Duty series of first person shooter games. This takes a different approach compared to the recent titles in the genre. However, there are similarities to the other Call of Duty titles that came before it. For example, death would be only an inconvenience instead of being the end while it is very easy to pick up the best of weapons.

It does not take a lot of skill to be actually finishing missions and opponents, as it is more about armour plates and the lot. As a result, players will be treated to a different kind of gaming experience than compared to other titles in the genre. It is impressive that Call of Duty: Warzone manages to pack in a 150 player count, while the game engine comes from the popular Modern Warfare regime so that you know that it works.

Game Modes

There are two modes on offer – standard battle royale and plunder. The former involves picking up cash that lies on the street while the player also has to use the contacts in order to get the activated tablets available on the map. There is another feature in the Call of Duty: Warzone title players who end up dying in the game will get an opportunity to get back by having a one-on-one fight with another prisoner.

Graphics Quality

As one would expect from a title in the Call of Duty series, players get to enjoy outstanding graphics. In fact, a lot of the detail has been carried over from previous versions with improvements being made to where it mattered the most. The quality of graphics is good enough to keep the players interested and going for long periods without any tiredness or boredom. Some of the elements like the bomb blast and gunfire are very realistic.


One of the best things about the Call of Duty titles is that they never go wrong with the controls and this is the case with Call of Duty: Warzone as well. The characters have been given enough dynamic abilities so that they feel very realistic. This area could have gone extremely wrong if not careful, as the characters would then look lethargic and lazy. However, this is not a problem with Call of Duty: Warzone, which is extremely fast. One of the areas where the game could have made improvements is in the chat system.


Unlike many of the previous Call of Duty games, the Call of Duty: Warzone does not cost anything to own. In fact, it is completely free to play. Yet, it manages to come with class leading graphics that enhance the overall experience a lot more than you can expect. It is able to bring all the best from the Call of Duty franchise in the free format. This should be a greater reason than any other to consider trying this title.