Warzone 2 players feared Loadout Drops would not return, but the fan-favorite items are back with an added twist. Here’s everything you need to know about Loadouts in Warzone 2.
Activision backtracked from its initial decision, confirming the item would be back on the menu.
Loadout Drops return for Warzone 2, but with a fresh coat of paint. Lets’s jump right into what’s different this time around.
Having the right weapons equipped for different situations was essential in the original Warzone experience. Players could purchase multiple Loadout Drops during a match, mixing and matching weapons.
Loadout Drops can no longer be purchased from a Buy Station in Warzone 2.
Instead, Buy Stations only contain Primary Weapons from a player’s Loadouts.
Here’s everything Loadout Drops contain in Warzone 2.
There are two methods of acquiring a loadout in Warzone 2, which include:
Strongholds are enemy hideouts filled with AI enemies.
Activision explained in a blog, “At the end of the first circle collapse in Battle Royale matches, three Strongholds are activated around the map and do not require a key for access.”
The first team that reaches a Stronghold must defuse a bomb before time expires. If the bomb detonates, the mission changes to clearing a specific amount of AI enemies.
Completing a stronghold offers a Loadout Crate and a temporary UAV that covers the surrounding area.
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