Warzone: Resurgence Quads - How to Play This Week's Playlist

This week's Warzone playlist is here, get ready to get some W's in Resurgence Quads.

Call of Duty: Warzone is more popular than ever, but with the weekly rotation of game modes, it can be hard to keep track of them all. This week’s playlist includes Exfiltration Trios, Plunder Trios, and Resurgence Quads. Here’s what Resurgence Quads is and how to make the most of it.

What is Resurgence Quads?

Resurgence Quads is a reoccurring game mode in Call of Duty: Warzone that’s back for the week. It’s pretty similar to the classic Warzone battle royale with a few key differences. Resurgence Quads has a  much faster pace than other modes because of the size of its map. The game mode takes place on the very small Rebirth Island which means you’re going to be running into enemy squads far more often. The goal of the mode is the goal of every battle royale: be the last squad standing. Unlike other Warzone modes, there is no Gulag for when you die. In Resurgence Quads, respawning fallen teammates is the responsibility of those left alive. All they need to do is survive for a certain period of time that increases as the game continues.


While there’s no surefire way to win any competitive multiplayer game, there’s one thing that Resurgence Quads rewards above all else: aggression. Because the map is so small, it’s tricky to truly hide from enemy squads. Don’t waste your time looking for nooks and crannies to hide in, instead play a good, aggressive defense and you’ll be much better off. Additionally, any time a squad member dies, their location is pinged on the minimap. This makes it even more likely that you’re going to be running into opposing teams ready to clean up your now-wounded squad from the last encounter.

For more on this week’s game modes, check out this guide to the newest addition Exfiltration Trios. For everything else Call of Duty: Warzone, stick right here on DualShockers.

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