The developers own Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 Recently announced The long-awaited ranked gameplay of the popular Battle Royale game. With the introduction of Ranked Play in the Reloaded Season 3, players will have the opportunity to showcase their skills and compete for the prestigious World Series of Warzone title. Beta Season data will help inform future iterations of Ranked play.
To participate in Ranked Play, players must be at least level 45. The Beta aims to offer a fair and competitive system while maintaining a consistent experience across all Battle Royale modes. The ranked play beta will initially have some gameplay limitations, including party size being limited to Trios, one map (the farm), Battle Royale mode only, and no Firesales or heavy choppers, among others.
The ranking system in Warzone 2.0 is similar to that used in the multiplayer game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, which has seven standard skill divisions. All players will start at Bronze 1 at the start of Season 3 Reloaded, with a shorter season than the next. Players will earn a Skill Rating (SR) based on their match performance, including placements, kills, assists, and team kills. Real Madrid earned against these metrics increases based on the number of teams remaining in the match.
Deployment fees will be deducted from the total number of players in SAR at the start of each match, with higher fees for higher skill levels and divisions. At the end of each season players will relegate to the lowest division of the First Division below where they finished the season.
New features such as SR tolerance and demotion protection, Backout Squad and match cancellation, and suspension will be included in Warzone 2.0 ranked play. RICOCHET Anti-Cheat will enforce a zero-tolerance policy for cheating, especially in Ranked play.
Players can earn unique rewards for division placements, ranking up, completing seasonal placements, and killing challenges. Rank rewards include a vehicle skin, a gun screen to track ranked play wins, and a ranked veteran operator skin. Players can also earn rewards for completing ranking and elimination challenges.
Although the end-of-season rewards will only be available starting in Season 4, players who finish Crimson in Season 03 Reloaded will start at Diamond I for the following season. The competitive community is eager to get involved in Ranked Play and help shape the future of Warzone 2.0 competitive play.