Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 Tips and Tricks

Developer
Infinity Ward
Publisher
Activision
Release Date
March 10, 2020
Multiplayer modes
Online

Win More Matches with These Tips

Battle-royale title Call of Duty: Warzone is incredibly intense, and players who aren't prepared for every match will find themselves in trouble. It takes a lot of work to completely understand the game and all of its mechanics. On top of this, there is also a new game mode in Season 4 called BR Quads 200, which makes things a lot more hectic for players. This guide is here to give players a few tips and tricks to improve their skills in Season 4 of Call of Duty: Warzone.

Call of Duty Warzone Dropping
Using the parachute properly is the best way to get ahead early in the game.

Call of Duty: Warzone - Cut the Chute

Like most battle-royale titles, the game begins by having players jump out of an airplane and parachuting to a portion of the map of their choosing. There are actually several tips that players can employ in order to get an advantage on other players while parachuting. The first thing to do is immediately pull the cord after jumping, and then cut it right after. This will give a speed boost while dropping, and the player can do this as many times as they like in order to cover a lot of ground. This is a great way to travel to far away locations that would normally be out of reach on a normal drop.

 
 

Another thing to keep in mind is that for a few seconds after cutting their parachute, players will be able to take out their pistol and fire at their opponents. It can be incredibly difficult to kill enemies with the starter pistol while mid-fall, but players can use this to deter opponents landing in the same location as them.

Call of Duty: Warzone - Pick up Supply Run and Other Contracts

One of the newest contract additions for Warzone is the Supply Run. Once the player picks this up, they will be given a waypoint for the nearest Buy Station and will be given a short amount of time to get there. If players manage to complete the contract within the the time limit, they will be given discounts at the Buy Station. This is a great way to pick up some extra ammo or gear early on without having to risk exploring highly trafficked buildings.

Players should also complete any other contracts they find if able. All contracts reward players with money and experience, so they are a great way to level up without having to risk dying against other players. The only contract that players should be wary of is Most Wanted. This contract marks the player on the map for everyone to see for three minutes. This is incredibly dangerous for unprepared or less talented players, but does give out a lot of cash. If the player survives though, it does also bring their teammates back from the dead, so it could be worth it in a pinch.

Call of Duty Warzone Assault Rifle
Players should know the difference between the different weapon tiers.

Call of Duty: Warzone - Understand Weapon Colors

Unlike games like Fortnite, the color of a weapon in Warzone doesn't determine how much damage it is capable of dishing out. Instead the color of a weapon shows how many of its attachment slots are filled. This means that if the player sees a gold gun next to a grey one of the same type, it just means that the gold gun has more attachments. While attachments don't affect things like damage, a gun with more attachments will be much more effective in combat as they have better scopes and grips for controlling accuracy. The weapon colors are as follows:

  • Grey - No Attachments
  • Green - One Attachment
  • Blue - Three Attachments
  • Purple - Four Attachments
  • Gold - Five Attachments

Call of Duty: Warzone - Use the Spotter Scope to Stay Hidden

One of the best ways to rack up kills in Warzone is to use a sniper rifle. It is safest to always attack enemies that can't see the player, so by posting up in a safe place with a high-powered rifle, it's easy to kill others without risking death. The largest issue though is that the scopes on a rifle put off a really obvious glare that makes it easier for opponents to see where the player is shooting from. This is where the new spotter scope comes in.

The spotter scope is a piece of equipment that basically works as long-range pair of binoculars, but doesn't put off glare. This means that players can survey the area around them without worrying about being spotted by their opponents. This is a great way to mark other players on the map for the team or to scope out a good area to loot in. Players should use the spotter scope whenever they can to do some quick and painless recon.

Call of Duty Warzone Gulag
Players who are unfamiliar with a gun won't make it far in the Gulag.

Call of Duty: Warzone - Learn How to Use All of The Gulag Guns

With the Season 4 update of Warzone, there have been several new guns added to the Gulag. There are now a wide array of weapons that players will need to know how to use. These include a semi-auto rifle, a sniper rifle, as well as an unarmed loadout. It's a good idea to play around with all different weapon types just in case, so that when a random weapon is assigned in the Gulag, the player can comfortably use it and get back in the game.

Call of Duty: Warzone - Be on Full Alert While Playing Quads 200

The most exciting new game mode added with the Season 4 update is the introduction of BR Quads 200. This is a really fun mode to play in, but it can be extremely hectic with 200 players all on the same map. It may not seem like it at first, but the inclusion of an additional 50 players means that there is a much higher chance that the player will run into enemies. Quads 200 should be played with utmost caution.

Players should try their best not to move around in open areas if they can. This means moving between buildings quickly and checking rooms to make sure there aren't other players lying in wait. It is also extremely important that players work as a team in order to survive against so many other players. Keeping tips like this in mind will ensure that player's win a lot more often, or at the very least get a few extra kills.

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