DMZ mode tournament
Earlier this morning, Call of Duty on its official Twitter account posted that it will debut its extraction-based game, DMZ, in a $30,000 tournament. 16 teams of three will compete against one another in the DMZ during the Call of Duty: DMZ Gauntlet in a “variety of challenges.” This past November saw the initial release of the extraction-based mode, which differs from what CoD has done in the past and is modelled after Escape From Tarkov. This article will provide all the information on how Call of Duty’s DMZ mode is receiving its own $30,000 tournament this month.
Unexpected $30,000 tournament for Call of Duty's DMZ mode this month
In the DMZ mode of Warzone 2, players navigate the vast area of Al Mazrah, completing various objectives and the ultimate objective is to escape with better gear. However, if the player does not ensure their weapons, they will lose all their accumulated loot upon death. The details of who will participate in the DMZ Gauntlet challenges and what the challenges will entail are currently unknown. The tournament is set to begin in five days, but the details of the participants are yet to be announced.
Warzone 2.0 Introduces Al Mazrah as the First Battleground in Modern Warfare II Universe
The DMZ will be made available in Al Mazrah, a metropolis in the United Republic of Adal that serves as the hub of the Modern Warfare II universe. Those of you now playing Modern Warfare II are receiving some significant Al Mazrah training. For instance, this larger region is divided into the following multiplayer maps:
- Al Bagra Fortress (Core Map)
- Zarqwa Hydroelectric (Core Map)
- Embassy (Core Map)
- Sa’id (Battle Map)
- Sariff Bay (Battle Map)
- Taraq (both Core and Battle Map)
Call of Duty's DMZ Mode Takes the Spotlight
It should be an interesting event for CoD aficionados to watch because this is the first significant dive into a “competition” version of the DMZ mode, which has players battling AI adversaries more frequently than other players. On January 17 at 2 PM CT on the official Call of Duty Twitch channel, CoD’s DMZ Gauntlet will begin. Building 21 is a new area that has also been added, although it still fails. In Al Mazrah, players will discover some enigmatic keys and learn where they lead. Limited information on how to enter Building 21, a biological research facility, will lead gamers away from Al Mazrah and into a brand-new, extremely hazardous section of the DMZ.