Activision released another Call of Duty briefing, regarding both Modern Warfare and Warzone. The latter is getting a particularly interesting contract that can resurrect an entire squad, but at a great risk.
Call of Duty: Warzone's non-solo modes are getting spiced up with Most Wanted, a new contract that will make a player the bounty target of all the teams on the map. The price already seems too high for any kind of payout so it begs the question of why would anyone go for it.
The answer is simple - desperate times call for desperate measures and if someone is the last man standing on their squad, Most Wanted is a move that will make or break their round. In case the taker of the contract manages to survive the manhunt, they will gain redeployment for all the fallen squadmates. Needless to say, the high-risk, high reward nature of the contract means there will be a high skill ceiling to pull it off properly.
Shoot the Ship is also coming back with the latest update. This particular map is a fan-favourite apparently and it will feature both Shoot House and Shipment.
Levelling up and battle pass progression will be doubled on the weekend, starting on Friday, 1 May 2020 at 10:00 AM PT / 7:00 PM GMT. The event will go on until Monday, 4 May 2020.
The update will be somewhat odd for Modern Warfare owners since the first part will be downloaded as usual. From that point on, the players will be able to enter the game and play Warzone content while the second part of the patch is deploying.