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Call of Duty: Warzone bumps player count to 200 in limited time mode

The biggest battle royale is getting even bigger

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On Monday, Activision and Infinity Ward announced a new mode coming to Call of Duty: Warzone: 200 players will be able to participate in a single Quads match. Call of Duty: Warzone was already the biggest, mainstream battle royale game in terms of player size — allowing for 150 simultaneous players since launch — but this new, limited-time mode makes every match even bigger.

On Tuesday, June 30, Warzone will see a new update called Reloaded. The update includes the 200-player Battle Royale mode, as well as a new sniper rifle, the Rytec AMR. Warzone will also get a Spotter Scope, a Juggernaut Royale mode, a Gulag weapons update, and a new Contract called Supply Run.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare players can also pick up a new operator, Roze, and experience a new multiplayer map and mode (Cheshire Park and Team Defender, respectively). Modern Warfare players will also get the new Rytec AMR sniper rifle.

Like most Call of Duty updates, players should expect the Reloaded patch to launch in the early morning of June 30.

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