Monster Quads Added to Call of Duty: Warzone in Oct. 27 Update

Monster Quads Added to Call of Duty: Warzone in Oct. 27 Update
Monster Quads Added to Call of Duty: Warzone in Oct. 27 Update | Photo courtesy of Activision

Monster Quads was added to Call of Duty: Warzone in Tuesday's update. This new update allows players to participate in squad play within the night themed Haunting of Verdansk event.

The Haunting of Verdansk event is a spooky Halloween themed event. The battle royale map. Verdansk is set to night mode to make things a little scarier. On top of that, Verdansk is filled with jump scares that can be triggered by opening loot boxes or randomly appearing throughout the map. Previously, the Halloween mode was only available through solo play, but this update allows players to queue into games with a full squad of their friends.

Other Changes in the Oct. 27 Warzone Update

Other changes that came to Call of Duty: Warzone with the Oct. 27 update are the removal of solo Halloween Battle Royale option and Juggourdnaut Royale. Solo Halloween battle royale was swapped with Monster Quads to allow players to play with friends in the Haunting of Verdansk event. Juggourdnaut Royale was replaced with Plunder Quads; a spin-off the standard battle royale game.

Plunder quads differ from Warzone battle royale by having respawns and a map that does not shrink in as the game progresses. Players compete in squads to accumulate the most cash in the lobby. Cash can be collected by killing enemy players and collecting the cash they drop, completing contracts, finding cash drops, shooting down attack choppers, or simply looting. Once enough is collected, players can travel to safe deposit helipads to secure their earnings.

The game ends when a squad reaches $1 million and a bonus round starts. Whoever sits on top after the two minutes are up is declared the winner.