Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 regularly receive playlist updates with new modes. Although occasionally these are special, event-based modes, more frequently it is one of the highlighted playlists you have already seen. Here are the playlists that Warzone 2 and MW2 have available to you this week.
Both Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 are live-service games with sizable teams supporting them. You can anticipate relatively frequent playlist modifications for both as a result. You can play a variety of new and returning modes with each playlist update, and they usually succeed in keeping the game interesting. What exactly occurred with the playlist update today? And did they provide you the beloved modes? Let’s look at it.
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Call of Duty Playlist Update
Modern Warfare 2 Playlist Update
You can currently play the following playlists in Modern Warfare 2:
|Playlist Format||Modes / Missions|
|Shoot The Ship|
|3rd Person Moshpit|
|Spec-Ops / Co-Op||Atomgrad Ep. 01|
|Veteran Atomgrad Ep. 01|
|Defender: Mt. Zaya|
Warzone 2.0 Playlist Update
|Combat Royale||Quads, Trios, Duos, and Solos|
I hope you got what you wanted to see!
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When Can You Expect New Playlist Updates In Warzone 2 & MW2?
Every Thursday at 10:00 PT (13:30 ET/ 18:00 GMT), the Call of Duty premium game and Warzone will receive fresh playlist updates. However, new events and seasonal releases frequently break these periods, so use them as a guideline rather than a strict plan.
We haven’t seen enough playlist upgrades in Warzone 2 or Modern Warfare 2 to know with certainty when to anticipate them. We’ll keep an eye on both games’ update schedules and let you know if anything changes as soon as we do.
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Warzone Modes Explained
Modern Warfare 2 Ground War Modes Explained
In the 32 against 32 mode known as “Ground War,” teams struggle to seize and hold onto five different objectives in a big game of dominance. Large maps are used to play this mode.
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On the same maps as Ground War, 20 v 20 Team Deathmatches called Invasion are played.
In contrast, each team in Invasion has a force of bots supporting them. Here’s how invasion works:
Modern Warfare 2 6v6 Modes Explained
For fans of Ground War, this mode has so far been quite well-liked.
Prison Rescue is a no-respawn scenario that allows revives (similar to Cyber Attack in MW2019). Being the first to 500 points is the goal of the game, and each round you will either be on the attacking side or the defending side (which side your team is on alternates every 2 rounds).
The attackers must release hostages and return them to their spawn location during each round in order to score points. Defenders must prevent them from doing this. We love the mode, and it plays like a SnD-lite.
You should employ the current meta loadouts to succeed because Prison Rescue plays as a more competitive mode, akin to Search and Destroy:
In Knockout, revives are available but there are no respawns, exactly like in Prison Rescue. However, in this mode, teams must pick up a neutral bag in the centre of the map to start a countdown, and they must hold onto the bag until the duration expires.
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3rd Person Moshpit
Even if it’s straightforward, the mode doesn’t really work since when you pick up the bag, everyone can see where you are, which gives you a significant disadvantage. As a result, it’s ideal for both teams to simply ignore the bag and play TDM-style.
Hardpoint, Headquarters, Domination, Kill Confirmed, and Team Deathmatch are all included in this mode, but everyone is viewing the action from a third-person perspective. Unless you use a scope with a 3x magnification or higher to zoom in, the camera will stay in third person. It seems quite slick:
Quickplay / Classic Modes
Anyone who has been grinding for too long and needs a little change of pace is encouraged to use this mode.
You also have your standard Quickplay, which is all the standard 6v6 variants. You can restrict the game modes that appear in Quickplay.
- Team Deathmatch
- Kill Confirmed
- Search and Destroy
- Prison Rescure
Here are the traditional Quickplay game modes that are available:
quite similar to the good old days.
And that, my friends, is your update on all the modes you can play this week. Did you want the playlist update? Or do you still find the campaign enjoyable?