Players logging into Warzone might have noticed the return of Rebirth Resurgence Extreme. But for newer players, what exactly is it?
Rebirth Resurgence Extreme is a game mode that has recently made its way back into the Warzone playlists. The game mode first appeared in Season Two of Warzone, letting players hop into a match with 99 other players, on a fairly small map called Rebirth Island. A small map and a truckload of players resulted in one thing - chaos.
Now the game mode has had, well, a resurgence. This time, though, a few changes have been made in order to reduce the level of pandemonium. Here's everything you need to know about Rebirth Resurgence Extreme in Call of Duty: Warzone.
What is Rebirth Resurgence Extreme in Warzone?
In this slightly adjusted version of Rebirth Resurgence Extreme, players will find themselves in a match with 64 players rather than 99.
This game mode uses a respawn mechanic, allowing players to bring their downed teammates back into the fight after a cooldown. Of course, in order for this to work, at least one team member must still be alive and kicking. The respawn countdown timer for Warzone Rebirth Resurgence is 15 seconds for the first round, increasing to 39 seconds for the next two rounds, then being unavailable altogether. Players can shave time off of this countdown by elminating enemy players and destroying enemy equipment.
Performing a finishing move on an opponent will take eight second off of the cooldown. For such a fast-paced match, every second really does count. Take note of the caches located around the map to ensure that you keep a healthy supply of ammo - you're going to need it.