Infinity Ward has, somewhat surprisingly, removed Trios from Call Of Duty: Warzone. It’s strange considering that only a few days ago, trios had been added back into the battle royale mode. Following a backlash from the Call Of Duty community, the developers brought the game mode back, as well as adding a new quad’s mode.

Yesterday, as Infinity Ward revealed a new update, it appeared the developers had U-turned on their previous decision and got rid of trios. In place of standard trios is a new trios mode. Called ‘Scopes and Scatter Guns,’ the new game mode features snipers and shotguns only. The mode is also available to include solo and quad groups.

However, there’s more bad news on the multiplayer front of Call Of Duty. The developers have removed Deathmatch Domination mode and swapped it out for Drop Zone mode. Now, killstreaks are earned by holding the objective, while you can make extra points for each player inside the drop zone.

Trios Pulled From Call Of Duty: Warzone.
Trios Pulled From Call Of Duty: Warzone. (Picture: Infinity Ward/Activision).

The 10v10 playlist, ‘Stir Crazy,’ has also been added. The playlist includes Cranked, Kill Confirmed, Domination, and Hardpoint. Furthermore, there is no small map playlist. The third season to Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare & Warzone is live now. The new season sees the return of operator Alex, Battle Pass unlockable), from 2019’s Modern Warfare reboot.

The season offers a variety of new 6v6 maps, from the Talsik Backlot, Hovec Sawmill, and Aniyah Incursion. There’s also been an overhaul of ground loot, as well as brings new playlists and missions. This includes Quads in Warzone and Plunder and brand new Operator Threads.

Warzone currently boasts a fanbase of over 50 million players. The numbers have increased radically, (unsurprising considering the lockdown restrictions imposed on the UK), in the first-month post-launch. From 6 million in just 24 hours, the battle royale leaped to 15 million in a matter of days, and that number just kept climbing.

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