Warzone Rumble Removed From Playlists

Warzone Rumble gone from the current playlist because of the Season 4 Reloaded update that went live on June 30.
Warzone Rumble gone from the current playlist because of the Season 4 Reloaded update that went live on June 30. / Photo by Activision/Infinity Ward

Warzone Rumble is gone from the current playlist because of the Season 4 Reloaded update that went live on June 30.

Warzone has become the most popular title in the history of the CoD franchise since it went live back in March. The battle royale has drawn millions of players to Verdansk everyday.

Warzone Rumble Gone?

Warzone Rumble was a 50v50 mode that was added to the game during the original Season 4 update on June 11. It was essentially a Team Deathmatch, as players respawned immediately and could choose their loadouts, just with a shrinking Verdansk map.

Players were not extremely happy about Rumble's introduction, as it replaced more popular game modes such as Plunder. Now, Rumble has disappeared as uncermoniously as it came into the game. Activision devs didn't even mention its departure in the patch notes.

While Rumble didn't have the biggest fanbase, no player would deny that it was a cool change from the other game modes. It combined a Team Deathmatch and a traditional battle royale in a way that had never been done before.

Lots of changes came to Warzone in the Season 4 Reloaded update. Players should check out the new content, like the 200 player lobbies, Supply Run Contracts, the Spotter Scope, and Juggernaut Royale.