If you work from home and get paid to play video games, you will most likely like Call of Duty: War Zone.

Activision Blizzard and developer Infinity Ward said that in just 10 days, the free royal battle game Warzone had accumulated 30 million players.

I'm distracted by Eternal Doom, but once it's done, I'll return to playing Battlefield. It's fun, more fun than last year Call of Duty: Power OutageThis is just one of the models in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

Plunder Mode is a new thing them, its goal is to collect as much as possible in the game within a certain time.

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Gaming attracted 6 million players in the 24 hours on PCs and consoles. This is a pretty good achievement for Battle Royale mode, and it may also be a success in a world full of Battle Royale games. Within four days, the total was 15 million.

One thing I like is that you can use the add-ons in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. I have a rating of 86 in the game's multiplayer with a fully upgraded add-on.

When parachuting onto the Wardan's Verdansk map, there was only one pistol. You have to find a better weapon, and it's not difficult to find something like a light machine gun. But during the game, you can either spend to buy add-ons or get them randomly. This means that when the box parachutes into the race, you can run and choose one of your own loads.

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Even if you get out early, games can keep you busy. If you are killed, you will travel to Gullag. You then play a one-on-one match with another player. If you win, you can parachute into the game with your existing three-man squad. Your teammates can also purchase your return at the "Buy Station".

I found stealth and camped in the center of the map, or you think the end of the circle is worth it. You can then some people to enter your industry. As you can see in the video, I did it. But I still need to play more.

By Rebecca French

Rebecca French writes books about Technology and smartwatches. Her books have received starred reviews in Technology Shout, Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, and Booklist. She is a New York Times and a USA Today Bestseller...