Call of Duty Warzone: King Kong and Godzilla, the Fortnite style event that has fallen?

Game News Call of Duty Warzone: King Kong and Godzilla, the Fortnite style event that has fallen?

Here we go, Godzilla and King Kong have just dropped out of Call of Duty Warzone. An event of unprecedented magnitude for battle royale, which until now has accustomed us to less-than-ideal ideas to change its formula. To believe that the Activision title will make Fortnite. A change? We are joining the war to tell you more. Here is our opinion and all the information about this mode.

Do you think the Call of Duty updates in Warzone are lackluster? Serve you. As part of the “Operation Monarch” event, which will run from May 11 to 25, the battle royale welcomes King Kong and Godzilla. That way you have access to new skins – of weapons and heroes – and on a new game mode with two monsters. In it, 60 players battle it out as a team under the rules of Resurgence (you can live again in seconds if your teammates are still on the field) while Godzilla and King Kong are well around Caldera, a new tropical map from Warzone. The goal is of course to be the last team still standing. But large beasts will respond to complicate your task, getting into a state of trouble and attacking you relentlessly. The solution: flee or attack, to get advances. Even with the direct use of the power of Godzilla and King Kong.

Local attractions

After the traditional parachute jump, you face a Caldera that is worse than usual. For good reason, beyond poison gas, there is this season King Kong and Godzilla. The titans are over 100 meters tall and are clearly a local attraction. Sure, your reflex first is to hurry to see them closer. The opportunity to notice a first thing: even if the creatures impose the universe, they really lack an answer when we face them. Simply put, you will be caught by another player more often than their big attacks. The latter is very slow, doesn’t always finish you off with a hit and is shown already on the map. Enough to avoid them without much effort. Even the animal animations fail to create a sense of awe.

So yes, you might have been distracted by Godzilla and King Kong in the beginning, but the game remains a Resurgence classic, where the last team alive is predicted to be the big winner … with two big beasts walking by. Actually, the titans are occupying smaller area in operation mode. Their big interest is to give you “Information” when you shoot them, a resource that will raise a small blue bar to the right of the screen. You can also find it on chests, supply boxes, and on the bodies of fallen enemies. The more the bar progresses, the more attractive rewards you will get. First a gas mask, an equipment box and finally the SCREAM device to unleash the power of King Kong and Godzilla on your opponents. Note that the bar does not reset between each death and player-specific, not the entire team.

SCREAM can be useful at the end of a game, when the zone and the poison gas will concentrate attacks in a small playing area. However, Activision doesn’t seem to have the right idea here. Yes, King Kong and Godzilla are great ways to get bonuses, especially if you have a turret available or take advantage of their “chaos” stages to damage them and receive a reward. But monsters might distract players ’attention very little. In Operation Monarch, we are easily caught upside down if we want to get Information from the titans. Overall, hard to convince of the mode, even if there are some good ideas. Every Intel collected will give you a quick upgrade. With the addition of redeployment balloons, devices to fly away in the blink of an eye and cover a significant distance, there are welcome mobility options. But it is our enthusiasm that we want to look forward to getting.

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An important turning point

It’s a shame. Above all of its qualities, Warzone doesn’t go through a very good pass. Last month, his first report financier of the year, accused publisher Activision-Blizzard a loss of 60 million users in all its games, especially because of the small success of Call of Duty. The company has actually noticed “lower engagement” in battle royale and “reduced sales of Vanguard” compared to Black Ops Cold War, the 2020 stage. In fact, Warzone deserves a little academic follow-up for the participation of long-term players, like Fortnite, and Operation Monarch is the first step in that direction. Undoubtedly the beginning of Warzone 2, which has already been confirmed by Activision.

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