Call of Duty: Warzone now lets you ride the subway and befriend a bat

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone’s sixth season started this morning, the biggest addition of which is a fast travel system that will let you experience the delights of commuting in Verdansk. As always, it’s accompanied by a new battle pass that doles out new weapons and operators, along with some new maps to fight in, and more coming across the season. 

The Verdansk Metro should make it easier to get around Warzone’s battle royale map. Just pop into one of the subway stations, grab a train and get to the next station in the line in a few seconds. That’s if there’s nobody else down there, of course. The Metro won’t run if there’s any fighting, but these stations also seem like the perfect spots for ambushes. 

Joining the Metro is a new Warzone mode, Armored Royale, which gifts squads with a different transport method: an armoured cargo truck. It’s got armour plating and a nasty turret, and your squad can respawn if it’s still trucking. 

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Modern Warfare, meanwhile, has had a supply drop of new maps and modes, including a quartet of free multiplayer maps that Infinity Ward reckons should keep you entertained no matter what size of fight you fancy getting into. Gunfight gets a train station, Ground War gets a sleepy Verdansk riverside suburb, the Broadcast TV station map from the first Modern Warfare is returning for 6v6 modes, and you’ll be able to get into fights in the Milastor Tank Factory in both 6v6 and 10v10 matches.



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