During Season 01 Reloaded, Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 will have a limited-time Call of Duty: Warzone Cup mode to close out its Modern Warfare FC event.
Free for all players, this limited-time mode is a complete change of pace from the traditional Call of Duty modes. Bringing Operators together onto a virtual pitch for some sporting fun and those who are skilled in vehicular combat will be more prepared when this mode kicks off.
Warzone Cup Mode Intel
Warzone Cup pits two teams of three Operators against each other at Al Easima Field, a modern sports stadium within the greater Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II universe.
Each Operator will be driving an ATV as they attempt to knock a massive football into the other team’s goal within the eight-minute time limit. After each goal, the ball and all Operators are reset to their starting positions to resume play. The first team to reach five goals or the team that gets the most goals within eight minutes wins the match.
Unlike other Call of Duty modes, there are no Loadouts or traditional weaponry in this mode. Instead, each ATV is equipped with a pulse ability that sends a powerful burst of energy toward the ball or other ATVs. Combined with simply ramming objects with the ATV, this energy pulse can help redirect the ball toward fellow squadmates or away from your goal.
Operators also have one of two ways to disrupt their opponents:
- If an Operator rams into an enemy player at top speed, they destroy that Operator’s ATV, temporarily removing them from the pitch and forcing a respawn.
- Operators can pick up Shock Sticks around the stadium, which can be thrown at enemy ATVs to temporarily disable their movement.
Winning a game of Warzone Cup not only requires aggressively taking out the enemy team but also coordinating with squadmates to score goals and prevent the enemy team from gaining possession of the ball. These strategies may involve taking tactics from more traditional versions of this classic game or combining “violence and timing” to render the enemy defences immobile and out of the competition before racking up those #SquadGoals.
While the Warzone Cup Playlist includes a squad fill option, we highly recommend bringing your own Trio to this mode to maximize communication and coordination.
Modern Warfare FC Limited-Time Operator Bundles Still Available
What better way to score in the Warzone Cup than with an Operator known for sending accurate shots on target?
All three Modern Warfare FC Limited-Time Bundles — the Neymar Jr Operator Bundle (Tracer Pack), Tracer Pack: Paul Pogba Operator Bundle, and Tracer Pack: Messi Operator Bundle — are still available for purchase within the in-game store. And each one comes with its star Operator along with other items to complete a kit fit for Warzone Cup or elsewhere in Modern Warfare II or Warzone 2.0:
The Neymar Jr Operator Bundle (Tracer Pack) includes the fearless Neymar Jr. Operator, as well as the stealthy “The Feared” Weapon Blueprint and the “Longball” Weapon Blueprint.
The Tracer Pack: Paul Pogba Operator Bundle has the French midfielder Paul Pogba as a playable Operator, as well as the “Series A” Weapon Blueprint meant for silent support and the “Counter Attack” Weapon Blueprint for getting high shots on target.
Finally, the Tracer Pack: Messi Operator Bundle gives you the legendary Leo Messi as an Operator, along with the sleek “Atomic Flea” Weapon Blueprint and the all-around solid “Blue Thunder” Weapon Blueprint.
All of these Bundles come with additional cosmetic items, such as Weapon Charms and Vehicle Skins, for a complete package worthy of athletes who can dominate the Warzone Cup.
Get one of these Bundles — or get the full hat trick — before diving into the Warzone Cup mode, which will be launched within Season 01 Reloaded.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0 is available for PlayStation 4 & 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC.