Referring to Call of Duty as just a game will be a sheer understatement. Over the last decade, this game has managed to keep its fanbase captivated with its grand storyline, incredible visuals, and above all, excellent gameplay. And well, the millions of copies sold hold this statement true. Now, the Call of Duty franchise has a new game joining its league — Call of Duty: Warzone.
Released in March 2020, Call of Duty: Warzone (a spin-off of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare) bundles the battle royale formula popular with games like Apex Legends and PUBG, and gives it an interesting twist.
And well, its popularity can be perceived by the sheer number of games already played. If we go by statistics, Call of Duty: Warzone has already been played by over 50 million players in just its first month. Woah!
If you must know, Warzone has been released for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows PC.
So if you are someone who wants the essence of a fast-paced lethal online battlefield to stay with them throughout, here are some cool wallpapers in HD and 4K from Call of Duty: Warzone.
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1. It's a Warzone
Doesn't this image give out a mean The Dark Knight Rises-vibe, when Bane addresses the crowd in Gotham? Or is it just my imagination?
Well, whichever it is, this image will surely put the Call of Duty fan in you in full gear as you plan your strategies and gameplay. So, how many times have you played this awesome game?
Warzone has a very unusual approach to death, and it adds a tad interesting twist to the game. When your character dies, your teammates can buy it back, provided they have enough cash. And when they do it, you will soon see yourself parachuting down to the battlefield as you get ready to traverse Verdansk.
Did you know that it takes about 30 kills to earn nukes?
An exhilarating view of the Warzone map brings in a rush, no? The thrill of landing on a battlefield fresh with new resolve is something different altogether. How about adding it as a home screen on your Windows system, and customization it further?
This wallpaper captures the very essence of Call of Duty: Warzone — wild and crazy. So, what are the things that you look for when you search for gaming wallpapers? Is it the vibe, the characters, or the unusually great graphics that accompany most of the games these days?
Ever since its release in April 2020, Infinity Ward, the makers behind Call of Duty: Warzone, has banned more than 70,000 players from its arena for cheating. One of the most interesting things is that the makers have not announced how they identify cheaters. Now, that's something, right?
Moreover, when players report a suspected cheater, then the developers with respond to that with a confirmation.
The latest game in the list of Call of Duty games has a pretty interesting trick in the sleeve. Unlike previous games, you do not have to manage your inventory. Yep, no more inventory management in the middle of the game. Instead, now you can automatically pick up ammo while in a fight. Cool, right?
There's also another neat trick. But I guess you already know about it.
Game graphics have undergone a massive change over the last decade. While previously we had to stare at pixelated images, it's now being replaced by smooth and detailed graphics. And boy, does it add it the game experience!
Compared to its peers, Calls of Duty takes an unusual but hugely approach to its gameplay. You have got a vast map, respawning is uncomplicated, and it's slightly easier to come by guns & assault weapons. If you remember, these were difficult to come by in previous games. And hey, did you read about the guy who nuked their enemy team single-handedly?