Warzone Juggernaut Royale Mode: How To Easily Win The Round

 Warzone Juggernaut Royale Mode: How To Easily Win The Round

Infinity Ward is always looking for ways to spice things up in their battle royale title, Warzone. They mainly do this by introducing various Limited Time Modes that feature a unique theme every time. For instance, we recently go to enjoy Warzone Rumble which featured two teams consisting of 50 players each facing off against each other. Now that it has ended, the developers have decided to introduce yet another mode to the game called Juggernaut Royale.

For those who don’t know, Juggernauts have appeared in multiple Call of Duty games. They were first spotted in Modern Warfare 2’s Spec Ops mode in which these powerful beings were AI-controlled enemies. There also exists a mission in Modern Warfare’s campaign in which you have to fight against them. And now, the developers have decided to introduce them to the battle royale side.

Warzone Juggernaut Royale Mode Details

Before we head on to talk about some tips that can help you win the match quickly, let’s take a look at what the mode actually is. While it may be a limited-time mode, its pretty similar to the regular battle royale mode. Several teams of three players each drop into the arena and fight till the last to become the winner. However, one thing will be different this time.

A few minutes after the match starts, a drop-ship will appear and drop a Juggernaut suit into the map. Just like every other important drop, this one also gets highlighted on the mini-map for you and your opponents to know. This basically means that everyone on the map will know where the suit is. If you’re in a hurry to test out the suit, then make your way quickly to its location. However, considering almost every player will have its eyes on the suit, the location will be swarming with enemies. This means that you will have to be really careful with every step you take.

After a player acquires the Juggernaut suit, he will get equipped with a really powerful weapon, the minigun. This weapon is not normally seen in the battle royale mode considering you must have the power of the Juggernaut to carry and control it. Another interesting thing about the Juggernaut is that it possesses a really strong armor and is not that easy to take down. Fortnite fans will be familiar with this concept as its almost similar to the Thanos mode.

Tips for Winning The Juggernaut Royale

While killing the Juggernaut may not be a simple and easy task, you can actually speed up the process by following a few tips. The first thing we’ll suggest is to not rush for the suit during the early stages of the game. This is mainly because you’ll remain hunted throughout the match. Therefore, it will be wise to get the suit when there are only a few soldiers left so that you won’t have to worry about more than 100 players targeting you. Remember that whenever a Juggernaut gets killed, another suit spawns on the map. Therefore, you’ll have multiple chances to get the suit.

Another mistake that can instantly get you killed is by trying to take down the Juggernaut at the beginning. Instead, you should only engage when you have better gear. While the Juggernaut may be protected from his head to toes, there are multiple ways to take him down. The best option would be to use a launcher against him. But if you or your teammates fail to pick one up, then its best to use an LMG against him from a distance. You can also try running over him with a vehicle, but there is always a risk of getting gunned down by the minigun.

Finally, make sure to take down the two teammates of the Juggernaut first. This is because they will be doing everything in their power to protect their walking war machine, so its best to take care of them as quickly as possible. After you do this, you won’t have to worry about focusing on anything else other than the Juggernaut itself.

Juggernaut Royale is one of the three Limited Time Modes that were previously revealed for season 4. Once this one ends, we will get to see the third and final mode in the form of Realism Mode.

Abdul Haddi

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