With Halloween around the corner, games are getting spookier than ever. Similarly, Call of Duty developers, Infinity Ward, rolled out a “Zombie Royale” update for Warzone, and the community loves it. The new Halloween mode in CoD: Warzone is terrifying for the content creators across Twitch and YouTube. For the fans, it is amusing to see their favorite streamers freak out because of the jump scares in the game.
ESPN loves the reactions of streamers like Timthetatman and Courage, as they try out the new mode:
Everyone including the pros, casuals, and the content creators loves the new Zombie mode in Warzone. First and foremost, FaZe Nickmercs said that Infinity Ward deserves a lot of appreciation for the Zombies Warzone mode.
Twitch streamer Timthetatman had a very genuine reaction for the unexpected jump scare. The reaction was so good that even ESPN included it in their tweet.
Twitch streamer and YouTuber ‘Sharp’ sarcastically commented, “Not playing Warzone until November”. Apparently, the unexpected jump scare served its purpose.
Not only the content creators, Call of Duty legend Scump also loves the new mode. Scump has been very critical of Modern Warfare since its release. However, it seems like the pro is regaining his trust in Call of Duty with Warzone.
Another Call of Duty legend, Simp, likes the Zombies Warzone mode. FaZe clan’s professional player feels that the person who thought of the mode needs a raise.
Players across multiple platforms love the battle royale games and there are a lot of fascinating options in the genre. The genre saw its rise with the release of Player Unknown Battlegrounds, better known as PUBG. Following PUBG’s success, Epic Games released Fortnite, which took the internet into a state of frenzy. Both the games had huge fan-bases, and fans often compared the games to each other.
After the Fortnite-PUBG phase, Electronic Arts released Apex Legends, and the game received an overwhelmingly positive response from the gaming community. Call of Duty: Warzone is the latest addition to the battle royale game list, and within months of release, it is one of the most popular games in the genre.
With time, games like Apex Legends and Fortnite are losing a lot of their players because of features like SBMM (Skill-based matchmaking). On the other hand, Call of Duty Warzone does not have SBMM. As a result, the content creators, professionals, and casuals can equally enjoy the game.
All things aside, the spooky Halloween update for the game is serving its purpose by making everyone jump from their seats. Fans look forward to having more exciting limited-time events in their favorite battle royale game.