Call of Duty: Warzone 2: Major Gulag changes coming in Season 2

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Call of Duty: Warzone 2 just hasn’t lived up to the hype that it once had. There have been many glitches, bugs, problems, and so many more things that have really turned off a lot of gamers from the video game. It has gotten to the point where Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is losing players at an alarming rate and if changes aren’t made quickly, it can very well spell the end of the Call of Duty: Warzone sequel. Luckily, Infinity Ward is more than well aware of the Call of Duty community complaints and is trying their best to fix everything “wrong” with the sequel.

One of the biggest changes to come with Warzone 2 was the big changes to the Gulag. In the original Call of Duty: Warzone Battle Royale, once you died for the first time in each match, you weren’t officially eliminated. Instead, players would be sent to the Gulag in an attempt to earn back their right onto the battlefield by defeating other players who have been defeated as well. If you were able to kill your opponent before they kill you or capture the flag in the center of the map before time runs out, you will be granted a second chance at life and be parachuted into the game. If you were killed again, then you would be officially out of the game and would have to start a new game if you wanted to play again.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2’s Gulag wasn’t quite like this. In fact, the Gulag changed from 1v1 to 2v2. Once you have been defeated, you and a teammate or another random player who died as well will be forced to team up and try and take out another team of two players. If you defeat the other team, you both get to spawn back onto the battlefield. If your team loses, you are both out of the game. There was also no flag, but a mighty NPC wielding a minigun. That is another way to return to the gameplay if the NPC is defeated. However, I can assume why you can see this new Gulag in Warzone 2 has taken a lot of heat.

It has annoyed so many gamers because this new Gulag system relied too heavily on your teammate and took the fun away of competing 1v1. There have also been many cases where your teammate leaves mid-fight, gets disconnected, or even the case where the powerful NPC gets the best of you. There are just too many variables that can cause your team a loss in the current Gulag and players aren’t happy with it. With all that being said, things are about to majorly change for the Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Gulag.

Infinity Ward has announced that 1v1 Gulags will return for Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Season 2. Season 2 has been delayed until February 15, but players are surely going to be happy to revert the Gulag back to the 1v1 format. As far as other details on how the newly reformed 1v1 Gulag will be played, details on that are to be revealed at a later date. Will the NPC still be in the game? Will a flag be added to replace the NPC? Will another form of winning be added to the game other than killing your opponent? All the answers to these questions should be answered at some point next week during their Studio Blog.

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This is definitely a step in the right direction for Infinity Ward and Call of Duty: Warzone 2. While there are still many problems with the game overall, things have to start somewhere. Are you happy with the changes that are coming to the Gulag, or have you been a fan of the new way Call of Duty: Warzone 2 created their Gulag?