No need to go overboard: Warzone 2.0 is an excellent sequel that builds on the very good foundations of its predecessor. Above all, this is not a simple update. The new battle royale opts for a more tactical and "realistic" approach to loot, playing perfectly in concert with other new features (proximity chat, areas with several circles, bases guarded by AI, etc.). As a result, the experience is renewed and still very effective, thanks to a great game engine and top-notch shooting sensations. Finally, we just have a few reservations about artificial intelligence, which should be reviewed, especially given its new importance in games, and for the famous DMZ mode, which still lacks a lot of challenges at the moment. For the rest, it's free and it's an excellent game. Let's go!
Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 is a free-to-play shooter that innovates and renews the gaming experience of the previous chapter, adding many new features and changes especially focused on gameplay. The result is certainly good, even if it lacks in originality.
They keep adding guns, maps, movement, quality of life features.... more of a strategic game versus movement game. You have to plan approach and coordinate with your friends vs being a frame rate junkie trying to jump around the screen.
Overall, Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 is a better product than its predecessor in almost every respect. The gameplay takes advantage of the small additions of the latest Modern Warfare 2, the positioning of the loot is finally believable and the DMZ mode, despite being in Beta, already looks promising right now. At present, Warzone 2.0 has some gameplay imperfections and numerous technical problems that affect the experience both when navigating the menus and within the game itself. We hope that the situation will improve in the coming weeks, so as not to overshadow the excellent work done by the Activision teams in packaging this experience of absolute importance for Call of Duty.
Warzone 2 comes out swinging with the strongest map yet, as Al Mazrah's design is both visually appealing and well-balanced to encourage more moment-to-moment action and player movement. The sequel tosses in enough new features and changes to make gameplay feel fresh and give a dramatic change to the game's pace to set Warzone 2 apart from the original, and these battle royale matches are still a blast, despite the setbacks to classic features. Packaged with DMZ, which feels like a sandbox hit, free-to-play Call of Duty players have so many more ways to jump into the action and level up this year.
It appears Warzone 2 is off to a very solid start. It’s worth mentioning there are some technical issues, with Al Mazrah’s huge map taking a little while to load, and the occasional stuttering (mainly on PC), but all-in-all, it feels more stable than Warzone 1 did during its rougher periods. Al Mazrah might just be 2023’s hottest destination if this early taste is anything to go by.
Thanks to solid foundations of the first game, as well as mostly successful changes and new features, Warzone 2.0 is one of the best multiplayer games on the market. After ironing out technical issues - which will certainly happen, given the size of the franchise - we'll be able to safely call Warzone 2.0 an almost perfect game.
THIS IS A REVIEW FOR DMZ AS I DO NOT PLAY WARZONE.
If you're Tarkov fan you will enjoy DMZ as it's a lot more forgiving and can be a lot of fun with a coordinated squad or even SOLO if you like a challenge.
It's in BETA so crashes, bugs, and AI balance are it's biggest issue so far, but what is there to play is something that has a TON of potential. Since DMZ's release it's all I really play on MW2 anymore. It has a very "1 more run" type of feel as the risk and rewards are all dialed up to 11 and you can have some crazy outcomes compared to Warzone.
Can't wait to see what they do with the mode considering it's the first of it's kind in a COD and IMO the best thing they did for the franchise for us people not trying out for the FAZE clan.
Es buen juego y trae nuevas bases y modalidades y sigue la misma linea de su antecesor, este trae los contratos, un nuevo gulag , nuevas armas y la mayoría es meta y están muy buen niveladas, ya es a tu gusto el arma si la sientes muy dura o muy suave es tu decisión y te acostumbras .
Lo horrible son sus servidores y los camperos que dañan la experiencia del juego ya que em ping tira unas subidas y la latencia se vuelve horrible y es injugable, deberian mejorar esto ya que le podria traer muchos problemas a la hora de jugar y lo haria perder jugadores.
I like the map but everything else is terrible. The audio is laughable; you can hear people shooting hundred of metres away but won't hear 4 full grown people sprinting towards you. The movement is broken; you get stuck on the smallest of obstacles and it's impossible to manoeuvre swiftly.
SummaryAs shown at Call of Duty: Next, Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, the sequel to the seminal Battle Royale experience over 125 million players dropped in to play, is set to arrive this November 16, as part of Modern Warfare II's Season One.
This massive, free-to-play offering leverages new technology shared with Modern Warfare II, introduces ...