The gulag is yet another refreshing idea added to the battle royale genre by Call of Duty: Warzone. Here's how it works:
While other battle royales like Fortnite and Apex Legends have you respawn people through a van or beacon, Warzone allows you to fight for your life back.
The gulag is yet another refreshing idea added to the battle royale genre by Call of Duty. While other battle royales like Fortnite and Apex Legends have you respawn people through a van or beacon, Warzone allows you to fight for your life back.
When you get into the gulag, you may not have an opponent from the get-go. There’ll be a counter in the top-left hand corner telling you when its your turn. In the meantime, you can spectate gulag battles and throw rocks at... well, anyone.
Everyone gets one trip to the gulag per game, and if you win, you get to return to the battlefield with some armor and money.
Similar to the Gunfight game mode in Modern Warfare, you’ll receive randomized guns and equipment. In the same vein, your health won’t regenerate and overtime will be called if the battle lasts longer than 40 seconds. In that case, you’ll have to capture a flag in the very middle of the map before your opponent. If overtime runs out, the person with the highest amount of health wins!
If you die with your teammates, you may have an advantage if they spawn in the same Gulag as you. If that happens, you’re in luck! You can spectate each other and give some intel on where their opponents are located.
Good luck fighting for your life back!