Call of Duty: Warzone adding 200 player lobbies

The drop zones are going to get a little hotter in Call of Duty: Warzone after Infinity Ward's next update. Provided by Activision-Blizzard

Call of Duty: Warzone will soon get 200 player lobbies, developer Infinity Ward announced Monday.

The game update, which will go live at 2 a.m. ET on Tuesday, will allow up to 200 players to drop into Verdansk for a match. Supply-run contracts also have been added to the map, allowing players who make it to nearby buy stations to purchase vital upgrades and items at a discount.

Infinity Ward is also adding a new game mode, "Juggernaut Royale." The mode will include an airdropped package that contains a Juggernaut suit and mini-guns for players to use. Once a Juggernaut is eliminated, another care package will drop, allowing another player to pilot the massively powerful killstreak.

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Spotter Scope, an enemy-sighting weapon attachment without lens flare, also will make its Warzone debut. It will allow players to scan and mark enemies for teammates. Another weapon, the Rytec AMR, will be added as well.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's multiplayer mode also will get some new content on the next patch.

A new map based in London, titled Cheshire Park, will join the rotation Tuesday night. Multiplayer mode Team Defender, which is Capture the Flag with only one flag to grab and protect, also will return to Modern Warfare. Teams earn points by downing the flag carrier and holding on to the flag as long as possible.

The update will vary from 22 to 36 gigabytes in size, according to Infinity Ward. However the game-space usage will be a minimal increase for Modern Warfare owners and will actually reduce game size for Warzone-only users.