Call of Duty: Warzone, the new, standalone battle royale game that’s also set to be a mode in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, is out very soon. It has all the trimmings battle royale games tend to come with, including a huge map, a large player count per match, and a slowly enclosing circle.
One question some people had, however, was what the game’s winning slogan would be. Is it like Fortnite‘s Victory Royale? Is it something similar to PUBG‘s winner winner, chicken dinner? Well, not really. Win a game of Warzone and the game simply tells you to “get some”.
That’s right. “Get some.” For context, Urban Dictionary defines the phrase as “score some booty”. Alternatively, “to get some sex, or get some action”, or according to a user named USMC_Grunt, “getting a confirmed kill in a firefight [or] war”. Alrighty then.
Confirmation of the victory message comes from a PlayStation Access video, which shows a full match of Warzone gameplay. Despite publisher Activision’s apparent intention for the mode’s announcement to be a surprise, Warzone had leaked multiple times ahead of that official reveal, meaning we knew almost everything about it already.
Update: It seems Infinity Ward changed its mind. That’s according to Call of Duty fansite Charlie Intel, which says the mode’s win screen now states “Warzone victory”.
Infinity Ward changed the Victory screen from saying “Get Some” to “Warzone Victory”
— Call of Duty Warzone News (@charlieINTEL) March 10, 2020
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The free-to-play mode contains 150 players, who if killed in the early stages of a match have a chance to come back to life by winning a 1v1 shootout in the Gulag. The map, meanwhile, is made up of new areas and a selection of familiar Call of Duty locations, including Scrapyard, Overgrown, Broadcast, and Terminal. Vehicles and different weapon rarities make an appearance, too.
The Call of Duty: Warzone release time is set for 08:00 PDT / 11:00 EDT / 15:00 GMT on March 10. If you already have Modern Warfare installed, Warzone will be a 15-22 GB download – but if you don’t, it’ll take up 80-100 GB. Gulp.