The latter worked solely to produce the Cold War section of Warzone. Activision, the company behind past successful CoD titles published it.
Players can choose from two main modes: Battle Royale or Plunder. The former involves being dropped into a map with up to 150 players in a standard game. A number of limited time rounds support 200 players. This means that gamblers will have plenty of choice of who to place a wager one.
This mode is similar to many other popular games in the genre. Players compete against each other on a map that is continuously shrinking. The winner is the last player/team standing. If a non-playable area is entered health gets damaged by a yellow gas.
The gas spreads until the last survivors are forced into a tight section of the map. When players die they are transported to a new mode called Gulag. It pits them against another in a death match. Winners get the chance to respawn back into Battle Royale. Sports betting fans usually place wagers on the surviving player or team.
In this mode teams work together to search for stacks of cash that have been scattered over the map. Plunder players automatically respawn after death. The main goal is to accumulate $1 million. Once this is achieved overtime begins and cash sums become multiplied. The team that manages to gather the most money when the clock runs out is declared the winner.
Blood Money is a variation on this mode in which performing finishing moves will reward players with extra money. They can also take part in contracts. With the release of CoD: Vanguard another variation came out. It introduces flyable combat vehicles to matches. These factors can affect the odds of a bet.