Nothing Can Stop Call of Duty: Warzone's Heckin’ Huge Train

Nothing Can Stop Call of Duty: Warzone's Heckin’ Huge Train

It's a big steely boy.

Call of Duty: Warzone's new train is intimidating on levels we've never even seen. The train is absolutely unparalleled in its destructive capabilities, and that's in a game that sees players shooting RPGs and driving trucks over one another.

Warzone just introduced the massive train in its beefy Season 5 update yesterday. The update saw the roof of Stadium finally get blown off for player-driven carnage to ensue inside, but it's the train that's perhaps screwing with players the most.

Over on the Warzone subreddit, players are having a really hard time boarding the train while it's moving. Get hit by the train and you'll get instantly killed, as you'd probably expect if you tried to jump into 10 tons of moving steel.

One team even tried stopping the train by lining up several of the large trucks you can find and drive in the tunnel on Verdansk. It didn't go so well… for the trucks.

The train itself is actually massive in length. It's got several open carriages with cargo dotted around, making for some really tense firefights should you risk landing on the train at the beginning of the match.

At the beginning of this year, I wrote about how Apex Legends's train was a wonderful temporary addition to the battle royale game as a chaotic wild card. The same can be said of Warzone's train, and it's a great new addition to the game that can't be influenced by players in any way, bringing carnage and destruction to anything it touches.

Infinity Ward and Activision have been teasing the train for a while, well before Season 5 of Warzone launched. It's not the only addition in the new season though: the infamous Stadium has been opened up as we mentioned earlier, and new Operator Lurch has taken to the game.

Looking to the future, Infinity Ward revealed that Warzone will be used to reveal 2020's upcoming Call of Duty game. We know nothing about the mysterious game so far, but it's expected that Activision will begin unveiling the new game over the next few weeks.

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Hirun Cryer

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