Call of Duty continues to expand its battle royale mode, Warzone, adding plenty of new things to get and do. The most exciting update to come out of the latest patch is the new game mode, Warzone mini royale. Here is everything you need to know about what the mini royale is and how to play it in Call of Duty Warzone.
Warzone Mini Royale Explained
Warzone mini royales are about as straightforward as they sound. Instead of a huge game of 150 players, this mode lowers the number considerably.
This means that matches are much shorter, quickening the experience and deploying players far quicker. Alongside this, Activision revealed that only the first and last of minutes of the game function under battle royale rules.
The rest of the time in the game is devoted to thinning out the heard, meaning there is a lot more focus on killing this time around.
How to Play
After you downloaded the latest patch, you’ll be able to access Warzone mini royale from the same screen that you usually play Warzone from. Instead of selecting the regular option, the update adds the mini royale in the main menu area for the battle royales.
Simply click on the newest menu selection, invite your friends, and get in a few quick games to get used to the pace of the smaller games. Before you know it, this will be just another mode for you to dominate in Call of Duty.
With all of that in mind, you’ve got everything you need to know about what the mini royale is and how to play it in Call of Duty Warzone.
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