Plunder Quads in Warzone Have Been Replaced by Duos
Plunder Quads Warzone has been replaced by Duos in a surprise update.
A significant number of playlist changes within the past week have generated chaos and uncertainty for one of the most popular game's player bases. Call of Duty's second battle royale installment, Warzone, continues to tease fans about a potential Duos mode. Just last night, Warzone developer Infinity Ward dropped a playlist update, inevitably slashing the changes their most recent one ushered in on Tuesday.
Plunder Quads Warzone
Here is a breakdown of the most recent changes:
- Vanilla Trios replaces Scopes and Scatter Guns
- Plunder Duos replaces Plunder Quads
This comes off as stunning to say the least, seeing as though Scopes and Scatter Guns Trios was implemented only three days ago.
Moving to the second variation, Standard Duos has been a long-awaited, heavily anticipated mode that was briefly confirmed on accident - or so it seems. Being one of the most requested modes, what's the deal with IW's reluctant release of it?
While fans can only speculate, it is questionable as to Infinity Ward felt it was proper to release Duos under just the Plunder mode.
On the bright side, Infinity Ward's tinkering of a Duos mode shows that they're willing to work with it - even if it's part of a less favorable mode. All in all, this appears to be another whirlwind ruffling through a weird Season 3.