The ever-ending circle is the defining feature of battle royale, ensuring that players are constantly being brought closer together as more die out. Warzone 2 is coming out on November 16, bringing significant changes to the circle mechanic.
Modern Warfare 2 is bringing Warzone 2.0 on November 16 as part of the original game. New mechanics such as the Gulag 2.0 will be included as well as the brand-new Al Mazrah map.
The ever-closesing ring is a staple of the battle royale genre. Warzone 2 will change the game's looting and armor systems, as well as there will be multiple circles closing on Al Mazrah.
Instead of the one massive circle that closes to an extremely small amount over the course of the match, there will be several smaller circles that close at the same time. Infinity Ward said that these multiple circles would alter the end-game scenarios.
During CoD Next, Infinity Ward revealed a new feature where the circle can be divided into up to four different circles. It separates teams, and you have micro-battles in the smaller circles.
As the game comes to an end, the circles merge, creating one last battle for the victory. It's another cool twist in the gameplay, Joe Cecot explained.
Once content creators drop into Warzone 2 for the very first time later in the Call of Duty Next event, you'll get a much better idea of what these circles will be like.