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Game Modes/War

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Game Modes/War is a game mode in BATTLEGROUNDS, it's a death match type game mode that allows respawning. As soon as you jump into the game, the safe area (White Zone) will immediately be set; if you die you will be respawned at certain time intervals.

Summary[edit | edit source]

War, a game mode from ARMA 3 BR that has a deathmatch style where players kill each other for 30 minutes (if you die, you respawn back in with a parachute) and then at the end once the blue zone locks in, you can't respawn anymore. After the blue zone locks, it will end normally in a BR ending with the circles, bombing runs and air drops.

PLAYERUNKNOWN stated in interviews that this is a game mode wanted to implement into PUBG [1][2][3].

ETA: Currently in Custom Servers only.

Objectives[edit | edit source]

  • Objective
  • The goal is to obtain 80 points and the default is a 4 player squad.
    • The match ends if an individual or a team gets to the target score first or if time runs out. BP rewards will be given out when the match ends.
    • Ranking will be determined based on scores earned.
      • DBNO: + 1 point
      • Revive: + 1 point
      • Team Kill or Team DBNO: -5 point
      • Kill: + 3 points

Respawns[edit | edit source]

  • Respawning
    • Respawn method: player reenters the match area via respawn airplane.
    • Default respawn interval: 60 seconds
    • Main weapon setting for default respawn: SMG provided as main weapon for close quarter battles.

Loot[edit | edit source]

  • Care Package
    • The care package aircraft will fly over every 60 seconds. The composition of the air drop is the same as in the regular game.

Zones[edit | edit source]

  • Safe Zone
    • By default, the safe zone is static. This (and many other settings) can be tweaked in custom games.

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