The Call of Duty World League livestream is set for a major upgrade for future events such as the CWL Pro League, Anaheim, and the 2018 CoD Championship, plus the return of a familiar face.
Between Stage Two of the Pro League, CWL Anaheim, and the 2018 CoD Championship, over $2 million in prize money still remains on the table for teams and organizations to win.
Now that roster lock has been solidified for the remainder of the CoD: WWII competitive seasons, teams are gearing up for some of the most intense competition of the year thus far, and attempting to bring a trophy home.
With Stage Two of the CWL Pro League kicking off with Division A on Tuesday, May 15th, the CWL has released a ‘May Update’ which covers a variety of different topics for the remaining months of competition.
As stated in the update, the CWL live stream will now be broadcast in 1080p, 60 FPS after a major upgrade was made to behind-the-scenes technology, and will be present at Stage Two, CWL Anaheim, and Champs.
“Adam Apicella and crew upgraded our behind-the-scenes tech, and we’re now able to broadcast CWL content in 1080p, 60 FPS. This is a huge upgrade, and the team in Ohio have put in a lot of work to improve the broadcast for Stage 2, Anaheim, and Champs.”
It was also announced that John ‘Revan’ Boble and Anthony ‘NAMELESS’ Wheeler will be joining the broadcast talent lineup full-time for Stage Two of the CWL Pro League, however, it is unknown if they will be present at CWL Anaheim or Champs at the time of writing.
We’re thrilled to announce that both John ‘Revan’ Boble and Anthony ‘NAMELESS’ Wheeler will be joining our the talent lineup for Stage 2 of CWL Pro League. Congratulations on your upcoming graduation, John!
Stage Two of the CWL Pro League begins on Tuesday, May 15th, with a full schedule for the first week of Division A competition able to be found right here.
Surviving as one of Warzone’s fleshy undead can be a little tricky in the new Zombie Royale mode, but these tips should have you ripping and tearing your way to victory in no time.
Warzone’s Halloween festivities are well underway and players have been busy unleashing their inner beast when playing the terrifyingly good LTM, Zombie Royale. The frozen fields of Verdansk have been cloaked in darkness and squads will need to work together if they wish to survive the horrors that await them. In this mode, dead operators skip the Gulag and instead come back as nightmarish zombies. While in this new undead form, players drop all their current equipment and perks.
If you wish to ever see your human form again, you’ll need to use your unique abilities to kill any players that dare to walk amongst the undead. While Zombie Royale’s reanimated corpses may have access to some incredibly potent attacks, they can be killed incredibly easily if you’re not careful. In order to help you get to grips with your newfound zombie form, we’ve put together a handy survival guide that should help you secure more kills.
Warzone’s Zombies have access to some incredibly powerful abilities.
Warzone’s zombies aren’t your standard shambling corpses – in fact, they have incredible agility. Their passive ability gives every undead player faster movement speed and stronger melee attacks, allowing you to quickly chase down your fleeing victims. Once you’ve tracked them down, swipe at them with your deadly strikes to snuff their life out for good.
Zombies also have superior vision and can easily see nearby operators. Enemy players are highlighted and their footprints can be tracked, giving you plenty of opportunities to pounce on your newfound target. If that wasn’t enough, zombies are also immune to the gas circle and gas grenades. This allows you to set up some frightfully sneaky plays.
Arguably the most fun Zombie ability is the Charged Jump. This highly mobile move allows you to effortlessly leap onto rooftops, scale cliffs, evade enemy fire and initiate fights. You can adjust both the distance and height by holding down the Charged Jump button, so be sure to experiment with this before leaping towards your enemy.
This ability works exactly the same as Modern Warefare’s EMP Drone in that it destroys enemy electronics, equipment, vehicles, and disables digital optics. Your enemy’s HUD will also be disabled if they get caught within the blast’s radius.
Gas Grenades are incredibly potent in Warzone since they disorient your enemies and slow down their movements. Combine this with the high mobility from Zombie Royale’s undead and you have a lethal combination.
Zombie ability tips
You’ll need to learn how to use these zombie abilities if you wish to increase your survivability.
Before you go chasing the nearest player, it’s often best to scan your surroundings for any enemy players that are alone. Not only will this stop your fleshy body from being riddled with bullets, it will also increase your chances of securing a successful kill. While it can be tempting to rush into the fray with your Charged Jump, it does give away your position thanks to the ability’s glow effect.
Instead, it’s often best to use the cover of darkness to sneak up on them. Once you’ve successfully got within a few meters, it’s time to unleash your EMP Blast. This will instantly destroy any Proximity Mines and Claymore’s, allowing you to safely enter even the most fortified defenses. To make matters even better, the initial blast also reduces visibility and will cause most players to panic — giving you the moment to strike.
Once you have disabled any equipment and digital optics, it’s time to throw in your Gas Grenade. When the grenade has filled the room with deadly toxins, instantly run in and begin clawing away at your hapless victim. The slowing effect and overall disorientation from both abilities should make any escape futile.
Even if your enemy does manage to make a break for it, simply activate your Charged Jump to catch up to them. Just be aware that doing this will make you highly visible to nearby squads, so only use this ability when you have to.
If you use these tips, you’ll be able to secure more kills as a zombie in Warzone’s Zombie Royale mode.