Titanium Trials Duos coming to Call of Duty: Warzone
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Titanium Trials Duos coming to Call of Duty: Warzone

A new version of Titanium Trials

After an extremely successful couple of weeks, developer Raven Software has recognized the need for another Titanium Trials playlist in Call of Duty: Warzone.

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Titanium Trials arrived in Warzone as a part of the Terminator crossover. The mode features higher health, no free loadouts and harsher rules than a normal Warzone playlist. This has proved to be the desired way to play Warzone, though, as players have loved the extra competition the mode has delivered. However, one aspect of Titanium Trials that fans don’t like is that it’s only available in Quads. While this might be fun for players with four-man parties, it’s not as enjoyable for players who only have a duo to play with.

Luckily, Raven Software has called upon the community to give themselves what they want. Recently, the developers posted a poll on Twitter. This poll asks the community if they would rather have a Titanium Trials Duos playlist in Warzone or the classic BR Duos playlist. Of course, this would only be until the end of Season 4, as Season 5 will introduce new modes on its own. As such, players only have around one more week to play Titanium Trials.

Even with the timer ticking, the community has overwhelmingly requested that the developers bring in the Titanium Trials Duos playlist.

As of the time of writing, the vote stands about 20% in favor of adding Titanium Trials Duos over regular BR Duos. If the vote stands, then the new Titanium Trials playlist will presumably be introduced to Warzone later this week. The new Duos mode would keep the 120-player lobbies and the same rules as regular Titanium Trials. Players would simply be in Duos instead of Quads.

Season 5 of Warzone should arrive in roughly one week, and players have until then to play Titanium Trials in both Quads and Duos.

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