Experience Warzone, the innovative and constantly evolving free-to-play battle royale game from Call of Duty.
Check out some exciting new areas of the Verdansk map in Warzone: Shipwreck and Missile Silos. Investigate a long-forgotten ship on the shores of Verdansk that brings with it a terrifying zombie infection and an ever-growing undead army. Or explore hidden Missile Silos underneath Verdansk's three war monuments.
Deploy to a new map added to Warzone, inspired by the world of deniable operations: Rebirth Island. Featuring close-quarter combat, frenetic gameplay, and multiple game modes, Rebirth Island presents a new way to approach Warzone.
Join a growing global community and experience the new weapons, equipment, vehicles, modes, and events -- with more content added every month.
Grab a group of friends and drop into a massive firefight to be the last squad standing. Drop in, armor up, loot for rewards, and battle your way to the top.
New weapons, Operator Skins, accessories, equipment, game modes, events, rewards and challenges are added to Warzone in every Season.
Warzone introduces the Loadout Drop; bring your favorite battle-hardened loadout into a battle royale match. Request one by collecting enough in-game cash... it just may pave your road to victory.
The Gulag -- the last-chance 1v1 face-off pit where winners are redeployed back into the fight -- has been redesigned, drawing inspiration from Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War™.
The outbreak can no longer be contained in the newest season of Warzone. The crash of the Vodianoy ship has brought Verdansk under siege by hordes of zombies, so assemble the squad and drop into the mayhem of Season Two.
The Battle Pass system for Season Two of Warzone has joined the fight. Season Two unleashes 100 Tiers of new content, starting with the instant unlock of jungle-savvy Operator, Naga with the purchase of a Battle Pass.
With plenty of war-ready Operator Skins, new weapons such as the LC10 SMG and FARA 83 Assault Rifle, and Ultra Mastercrafts, be prepared for whatever the jungle throws your way.
It's never too late to deploy to the Warzone - but if you want to avoid being canon-fodder for seasoned players, here are some tips and tricks to help you survive.
Drop out of the plane later in its journey across the map. You'll have fewer opponents to contend with and more chance to loot the ever-important armor plates and other items that suit your playstyle.
Look out for less common items indicated with purple or orange highlights. These items will have more attachments that improve overall handling. Keep a special look out for orange supply boxes - these guarantee at least one legendary item.
As you progress through the ranks, you'll start to unlock new weapons, attachments and perks to create your own custom loadouts with. Be careful when collecting a loadout once it drops though, as you may not be the only one in the area wanting to pick it up.
It's easy to spot movement in the distance, so pick your route and timing carefully when moving between locations to avoid being spotted by rivals.
Use one of the various vehicles marked on the map to help you relocate. Be aware that when driving you'll appear on opponent player's maps, alerting them to your position. If you're heading to a particular area or building, think about ditching your ride a small distance away so it's not obvious where you're headed.
Don't be tempted to hoard the cash you find and earn during a match - if you get sent to the Gulag you lose all but a couple of hundred dollars. Self-revive kits are well worth the cash, as are UAV's to give you a peek at nearby enemies.