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Call Of Duty: Warzone might be a ruthless battle royale in which players do whatever they need to do to come out on top, but there are rules. We're not monsters, after all, even if we do spend most of our time in Verdansk hiding in buildings and throwing grenades at passing trucks.
With Season 6 of the popular shooter coming on September 29th, developer Infinity Ward has decided to bring in yet more rules for you law-abiding gamers to follow. You may already be aware that the new season of content will introduce an underground subway network that allows players to quickly and safely travel between six stations across Verdansk. As it turns out, "safely" is the operative word: fighting is basically banned while you're on a moving train.
Where we stopping? :metro::map:️
Study the stops of the new subway system coming to #Warzone for Season Six. pic.twitter.com/HelR0RCzdP
- Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) September 24, 2020
Players will be able to zip between Verdansk Airport, Lozoff Pass, Verdansk Centre, Downtown/Tavorsk District, Barakett Shopping District, Verdansk Train Station, and Torsk Bloc. They're fairly evenly spread out, which should mean that people actually have an incentive to use them. But if you were worried about that awkward moment you end up in the same carriage as an enemy squad and what that might mean, it turns out it's all good.
"There is no room for roughhousing onboard the Metro," Activision wrote in a recent blog post. "In fact, the subway will not move at all if there is any conflict on board, or between the train and the platform, so keep fighting to the platform, stairwells, and outside the station."
We also know that if the station the train is headed to has been completely swallowed by gas, it'll simply roll on to the next safe station. It looks like this train really is the one true safe space in all of Verdansk. At least that's the theory... the reality will probably be a train that never moves anywhere because people keep fighting on the damn thing regardless of the rules. It is a battle royale, after all.
If you're desperate to fight it out while on a moving train, you can still do that in Warzone. Season 5 added an above-ground locomotive that's just perfect for all the high-speed thrills you could ever want. And of course nothing is stopping you from lurking outside of the Subway stations and attacking unsuspecting travelers, right?
Featured Image Credit: Activision
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