If you only play the free-to-play Warzone, the update will be 22-30 GB and will actually reduce the overall file size of the game file once installed. 50 teams of four (or Quads) can now drop into Verdansk and encounter 50 more opponents than usual, which should make your chances of survival even slimmer.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. This could suggest players won't have too long to complete this challenge.
The Spotter Scope comes in the form of a tactical piece of equipment and allows players to spot and mark enemies from a distance, making them visible for their squadmates and themselves. It won't give off a glint, either, so it's the flawless tool for players who want to play cautiously without giving their position away. Another weapon, the Rytec AMR, will be added as well. It's one of the deadliest semi-automatic rifles in the game, and won't keep you hidden if you pull the trigger.
The report also mentions that a new limited-time Warzone mode addition is for 200 players and the update has a new Juggernaut Royale mode as well as a series of weapon balance changes. If you die, though, a new Juggernaut suit will drop for players to fight over.
This included the downgrading of the Grau, which has been reigning supreme across Verdransk these past few weeks. Its damage range has been reduced and recoil slightly increased, which should hopefully stop it from appearing on every killcam in the game.
According to Activision, Warzone's Season Four update will be around 22GB to 36GB for Modern Warfare players (with a 3.5GB "secondary download" on consoles), while standalone Warzone players are looking at a 22GB to 30GB download before they can contribute to the 200-person chaos. The traditional mini-map is back, for instance, as are Black Ops' swimming mechanics, while Treyarch has also apparently done away with Infinity Ward's interactable door systems for its environments.