Activision confirms whether or not you should get a PlayStation Plus membership to engage in the battle royale game. So, we’ve got good news from Infinity Ward confirming a significant detail about Call of Duty: Warzone. Paul Haile, the COD’s production director, posted on his official Twitter account the most important news so far.
Players won’t need to purchase a PlayStation Plus subscription to play the game. Such things might not come as a big surprise. Many other praised free-to-play battle royale games, Fortnite or Apex Legends, for example, don’t need a paid subscription to PlayStation Plus, too. Only on Xbox One things seem to be different. Fortnite and Apex Legends need an Xbox Live Gold, so chances for COD Warzone to come with such requests are most likely. We still need some clarification about this from developers.
Call of Duty: Warzone Won’t Need a PlayStation Plus Paid Subscription
Warzone is one of the most praised installments of Call of Duty, following Blackout for Black Ops 4. It’s another story here, however, as Activision is launching Warzone available for free. For playing Blackout, as we witnessed, players first needed to purchase Black Ops 4.
Warzone has two primary modes, the Battle Royale and Plunder. The battle royale mode, for example, got lots of features such as 50 teams of three (no solo option available) competing until a single one side remains.
Also, in addition to a larger player count than its opponents, Warzone introduced an exclusive redeployment option where players can 1v1 gulag for an opportunity to come back on the battlefield. As for the Plunder mode, this represents a race to gather the most money by stealing or looting from other users and achieving mid-match goals. Warzone will be released on March 10 for PS4, PC, and Xbox One.