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Call of Duty Warzone 2.0: new Battle Pass, Lionel Messi’s debut and the requirements to play it on PC

It is the second generation of the free battle royale, whose first installment reached 100 million players and was all the rage in the pandemic.

Warzone 2.0 debuted this Thursday on PlayStation, Xbox and PC consoles. Developed by the Infinity Ward studio and distributed by the publisher Activision, the second generation of the free battle royale is renewed not only for the graphic aspect, but also for a new Battle Pass system and the debut of Lionel Messi as a playable character.

From Argentina’s 15, Warzone 2.0 will take players to the new and great Al Mazrah map, in the fictional United Republic of Adal. It has 18 main points of interest, many of which are repeated in the multiplayer mode of Modern Warfare 2, the main game. These are Al Bagra Fortress, Embassy, ​​Zarqwa Hydroelectric, Taraq, Sariff Bay and Sa’id.

But the most relevant thing about battle royale is that follow the line free to play from the original, that is, it is completely free to play and there is no content restriction; microtransactions will be focused on cosmetic elements that have no impact on the game.

Warzone 2.0: how is the new Battle Pass




The new Warzone 2.0 Season 1 Battle Pass system. Photo: Activision.

When accessing the menu within Modern Warfare II or Warzone 2.0instead of seeing the familiar long horizontal strip made up of 100 levels to unlock, there is an impressive large-scale map packed with additional content, also called the Area of ​​Operations (AO).

The new Season 01 Battle Pass is out divided into 21 different “Combat Sectors”from A0 (Bonus Combat Sector) to A20.

Combat sectors A1 to A20 are connected to each other. The key to progressing is to look at the Sectors that are adjacent to (and therefore connected to) the one you are currently unlocking.

Each section has a main and secondary rewards. For example, the weapons project “The Orbiter” is highlighted in Sector A1, but selecting it displays four other items: the “Aerial Entrance” Calling Card, a Dual Weapon XP Token, the “Aerial Entrance” Emblem, and the “Paying Rent” Weapon Charm.

As explained from Activision, all these objects require a battle token level jump to be unlocked. These are obtained by simply playinglike the levels of the old system.

In total you can get a max 100 battle token level skips, as they will be spent automatically at the end of the season if the sector items they wish to unlock were not designated. Only Battle Token level jumps from users who purchased the Vault Edition of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be cumulative.

Specifically, using a battle token level skip “unlocks” an item for access. Items labeled “Free” are available to all players.

Once all the rewards have been unlocked in all Combat Sectors from A0 to A20, there will be only one more left called the “Victory Sector” which gives out valuable bonus rewards for total victory.

It will be necessary to take into account that the AO Sectors contain 1,400 total Call of Duty Points (CP), which, when fully unlocked, allows you to recover what was spent when buying the Battle Pass.

This new Battle Pass for Warzone 2.0, in general terms, It is similar to the one implemented by Epic Games for Season 8 of Fortnite Chapter 2, as a catalog of rewards.

Warzone 2.0: how to get Neymar, Pogba and Messi as an operator

Messi in Warzone 2.0.  Photo Capture


Messi in Warzone 2.0. Photo Capture

Call of Duty accustomed its legion of players with special events with figures of cinema and music. So it was that in recent years with Modern Warfare, Black Ops: Cold War and Vanguard appeared Sylvester Stallone as Rambo, Arnold Schwarzenegger in the role of the T-800 and even the rapper Snoop Dog. Now, it’s time for the World Cup figures Neymar, Pogba and the very Lionel Messi.

The first is the intrepid Neymar Jr., who will debut on November 21. The Neymar Jr Operator Bundle (Tracer Pack) will include this new operator, as well as a “The Feared” weapon blueprint and the “Longball” weapon blueprint, the latter a battle rifle intended for provide significant fire support.

The next one will be the world champion with France, Paul Pogba, who will arrive on November 25 in the Tracer Pack: Paul Pogba Operator Bundle. It will unlock the French midfielder as a new playable Operator, granting him an “Atomic Flea” weapon blueprint for silent support and a “Blue Thunder” weapon blueprint for getting high shots on target.

Finally, there is the figure of the Argentine National Team, Leo Messi, who will be available in the Store before the World Cup match against Poland, as part of the Messi Operator Bundle.

In addition to the Argentinian striker as a playable operator, the pack contains two weapon projects designed for close-range shooting: the elegant “Series A” and the solid “Counter Attack”.

The three World Cup stars can be acquired in exchange for a certain number of Call of Duty Points (CP), like the Battle Pass, which are purchased in dollars from the in-game store.

Warzone 2.0: minimum and recommended requirements to play on PC

The game, along with Season 1 that it shares with Modern Warfare 2.0, comes to computers through the Steam store after a period of exclusivity on Battle.net, the client for Activision – Blizzard, owner of the game, and with requirements minimum and recommended confirmed.

Minima

  • Operating System: Windows 10 64-bit.
  • Processor: Intel Core i3-6100 / Core i5-2500K or AMD Ryzen 3 1200.
  • Memory: 8 GB of RAM.
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 or AMD Radeon RX 470.
  • DirectX: Version 12.
  • Storage: 125 GB of available space.

Recommended

  • Operating System: Windows 10 64-bit or Windows 11 64-bit.
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-6600K / Core i7-4770 or AMD Ryzen 5 1400.
  • Memory: 12 GB of RAM.
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 580.
  • DirectX: Version 12.
  • Storage: 125 GB of available space

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