How to expose all enemy locations in Call of Duty: Warzone


Call of Duty: Warzone finally released on Tuesday, March 10, and players have been looking to find the best ways to win the 150 player battle royale.

Within a few days, the Call of Duty community has started to notch up their wins and are discovering all-new tips and tricks to give themselves an advantage, trying to figure out its economy, and how the many features work, bringing a style of play to it that we’ve not seen across other battle royale titles.

One of the most efficient tricks, and one many will want to utilize, is the ability to get an Advanced UAV and show the location of every single enemy player on the map.

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Warzone features one of the biggest maps we’ve ever seen in a battle royale.

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As shown by 100 Thieves streamer Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop when playing alongside Dr Disrespect and DougIsRaw, the UAV is a powerful tool, but three UAVs is even better.

While using a UAV typically gives you a sweeping overview of a small area of the map for a short length of time, if everyone in your trio pops a UAV at once, you unlock the Advanced UAV which exposes the location of every single player on the map, including the direction they’re going in.

This is similar to the Advanced UAV from games such as Black Ops 2 and is sure to make staying alive, hunting down kills and picking the best rotation option much easier while playing Warzone.

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The UAV costs $4000 from a buy box, which is fairly pricey if you also want to pick up a Self-Revive Kit or an eliminated teammate, but if you’re having a decent game then getting three shouldn’t be too much of an issue.

It’s definitely worth utilizing these if possible, especially later on in the game when you need every helping hand you can get.

This also helps if you’ve got other streaks ready to go; partnered with a Precision Airstrike or similar, this could be the perfect tool to make capturing wins easier.

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