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Warzone Rebirth Island Iron Trials Update: Everything You Need to Know

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Iron Trials / Photo courtesy of Raven Software

The Iron Trials have returned to Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific in a new update. The fan-favorite mode is finally returning to CoD, but this time it will be on Rebirth Island. In a March 2 update, the devs confirmed the leaks of Iron Trials returning, detailing the game’s new Buy Station prices and more.

Here's everything you need to know about the amped-up battle royale mode's return to CoD, and all the changes that have been made.

Warzone Rebirth Island Iron Trials Update: Everything You Need to Know

Health, Loot, and Equipment

As a refresher, Rebirth Island Iron Trials will have larger health and tougher health regeneration. Specifically, base health is increased from 100 to 250 and regeneration takes seven seconds (up from five) and only heals for 40 HP per second (down from 120).

In addition, epic and legendary weapons, killstreaks, and cash are now much rarer to find. Dead Silence and Stopping Power Rounds have also entirely been removed.

Last but not least, there are some mechanical tweaks to Iron Trials. Snipers can now only register a one-shot kill within 30 meters, stuns’ duration is decreased by 50%, and stims are being nerfed – their regeneration rate by 50% and their movement speed boost by 5%.

Changes to Rebirth Island & Iron Trials Buy Station Pricing

Buy Station pricing in Rebirth Island’s version of Iron Trials has also changed significantly to make it more difficult. All killstreaks are being made $1,000 to $2,000 more expensive, while the cost of loadout drops is being pushed up to $10,000.

For those who are able to rack up the cash, a new option is on the Buy Station menu: a Specialist Token, costing $30,000.

The playlist will be available for Duos only, to start, but other updates may happen in the near future to change that. Rebirth Island Iron Trials will be available from March 3 to March 17.