What is The Armored Royale Mode in Warzone?

November 18, 2021

Drop into Warzone’s Battle Royale with Cargo Trucks in one of the game’s favourite modes – Armored Royale.

Everyone likes something different from time to time even if it’s the same formula. Instead of running around spraying and praying, in Call of Duty: Warzone there’s a mode that sits you comfortably in the front seat of a great big Cargo Truck.

Whatever your preferred mode is in Warzone, Armored Royale certainly adds an exciting dynamic to the game so if you’re looking for a change, this mode could be what you’re looking for.

Let’s take a look at what this Armored Royale mode actually is.

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What you need to know about the Armored Royale Mode in Warzone

Unlike Warzone’s standard Battle Royale mode where you jump out of a plane, Armored Royale drops players straight off the bat into their own Cargo Truck. Coming in with a team of four players, you are given the task to infiltrate Verdansk with only a pistol to your name which obviously means having to scavenge for weapons, equipment, and cash.

Another great feature of this mode is that instead of hunting around the map for a buy station, the cargo truck has one built in so you really don’t have to move too far to get yourself sorted out with weapons and other items.

Keeping your vehicle in tip-top condition is paramount so reinforcing it with armour plating and turrets from the buy station is the way forward to lasting until the end. If you’re not a fan of the Gulag, you’ll be happy to hear that this mode doesn’t have one so when someone dies, they merely spawn back inside the truck again.

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