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Call of Duty’s Warzone Battle Royale footage leaks ahead of reveal

Footage from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s unannounced Battle Royale mode has leaked early ahead of an expected announcement this week.
  • A YouTuber has seemingly accidentally leaked footage early from Call of Duty's new Battle Royale mode Warzone
  • The mode is expected to be released on 10 March, according to prior leaks
  • Warzone features vehicles, 150 players and a Gulag feature

While details on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Battle Royale mode Warzone have pretty much all been revealed already, it seems there’s room for one last leak ahead of an official reveal.  

The source this time is YouTuber Chaos, who has seemingly set live 11 minutes of footage from the new mode ahead of an embargo time.  

The video has since been taken down by the user, confirming it’s real, although unsurprisingly it’s been uploaded via other accounts since – which you can check out below.

The footage itself confirms a bunch of details about the new mode. As previous rumours claimed, the mode is free-to-play and will be downloadable separately from Modern Warfare.  

Warzone supports up to 150 players, although they’re aiming for 200 players after launch. Solos, duos and trios options will be available too.  

One of the best features is the Gulag – where two players are given the chance to re-enter the match after dying through a 1v1 showdown. Other players who have died, meanwhile, can spectate and throw rocks at the players from the sides.  

There’ll also be vehicles like helicopters, and many parts of the map replicate classic Call of Duty maps – including Broadcast, Overgrown, Scrapyard and Terminal.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare
Warzone is expected to be announced imminently (Picture: Activision) 

Considering the time of the slip-up, it’s likely Warzone will be officially revealed very soon – with previous rumours suggest 10th March as the release date.  

Judging by the footage, it looks very promising – offering some fresh ideas which could help stand out from the growing Battle Royale crowd. We'll just have to wait until Activision decides to finally the confirm its existence. 

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.  

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