Earlier this month, the developer launched season three of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, bringing about a few changes to its free-to-play counterpart Warzone as well. One of the more impactful updates was the introduction of a four-player battle royale mode aptly named Quads, which eventually replaced the original Trios configuration — teams of three — that the game launched with. The change caused backlash among fans who called for the return of Trios.
In response, Activision launched a new limited-time mode called Scopes and Scatter Guns, which allowed players to group up into threes, but with limitations: the game’s loot only contained snipers and shotguns for players to find, and both vehicles and loadout drops were removed from the mode. To no surprise, the outcry for a proper Trios mode continued to snowball until yesterday, when the developer finally acknowledged the problem and announced that Trios battle royale will be making a proper return in its full form. “We hear you loud and clear,” the company said. “We’ll be doing a playlist update tomorrow night, Thursday, April 16th at 11 p.m. PST that brings BR Trios back to #Warzone.”
Aside from BR Trios, there’s currently no other information on what the new playlist update would entail, so those playing the game should definitely keep an eye out for the patch notes to come.
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We hear you loud and clear! We’ll be doing a playlist update tomorrow night, Thursday, April 16th at 11PM PST that brings BR Trios back to #Warzone.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) April 16, 2020