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The Verdansk Metro Service, as it is called in-game, was first shown off in the Season 6 trailer. The subway will be “fully operational” from the start of the new season, according to the developer, and will allow players to get around the Warzone map faster than ever before.
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The Metro will have seven stations, with all of them potentially populated with items, supply boxes and contracts for players to pick up. The trains will also operate either clockwise or counterclockwise, with tickers in each station to inform where every train is currently at. Moreover, trains are all no-fighting areas, meaning they will not move until all gunfights in and around it has ceased.
In addition, trains will also not move to stations that are in the area of effect of the circle collapse. Infinity Ward explains that this will help avoid “a situation of a squad hopping aboard a subway that leads to an untimely death… unless, of course, it’s at the hands of another squad waiting at the next station”.
Earlier this week, Activision announced that two new operators, Farah and Nikolai, who are featured in Modern Warfare’s single-player campaign, will be joining the battle royale. Farah will be instantly available for players when the season launches. On the other hand, Nikolai can be obtained at tier 100 on the Season Six battle pass.