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Warzone Playlist Update: What's New?

Resurgence Quads and Plunder Trios are returning to the mix in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 Reloaded.
Resurgence Quads and Plunder Trios are returning to the mix in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 Reloaded. / Photo courtesy of Activision

The latest Warzone playlist update is here to shake things up once again in Verdansk '84 and Rebirth Island this week.

As pretty standard procedures go with Raven Software's weekly Warzone playlist updates, two game modes are being added, two are being removed and one remains. Here's the rundown of the latest Warzone playlist update for Season 4 Reloaded.

Warzone Playlist Update: What's New?

As officially announced on Twitter by Raven Software on July 29, Warzone has added Resurgence Quads (Rebirth Island) and Plunder Trios (Verdansk '84), removed Resurgence Trios (Rebirth Island) and Plunder Quads (Verdansk '84), and kept its Payload LTM (Verdansk' 84)

For those who haven't yet tried out Warzone's first objective-based game mode, Payload, up to 40 players are tasked with either escorting two caravans of vehicles through a series of checkpoints or simply sabotaging the mission. Players are able to "build or destroy barriers and purchase buildings," as well as collect contracts around Verdansk '84 to help their team win.

While the Resurgence and Plunder shuffles are pretty underwhelming, what Warzone players seem to want at the moment—aside from a console FOV slider, zombie camos and a revamped anti-cheat system—are the Buy Back modes.

Buy Backs are often some of the most chaotic and popular game modes in Warzone as after dying, members of teams can auto-buy their way back into the match. This removes the need to win a Gulag fight or wait for a respawn from your teammates.

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