Call of Duty: Warzone - Operation Monarch, Kong and Godzilla break into the battle royale

Call of Duty: Warzone - Operation Monarch, Kong and Godzilla break into the battle royale

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Call of Duty: Warzone has decided to do things big, literally: the reference to the great action classics of the 80s has gone even further, involving in this case two iconic giant monsters: Kong and Godzilla, which until May 25 we will be able to face in the free mode Operation Monarch.

The idea was to put the players of the famous battle royale to grapple with a seemingly desperate mission: to find a way to drive out the two titanic creatures while they continue to devastate the Caldera island between punches, stompers and special attacks like the legendary Atomic Breath: a jet of plasma that the Japanese monster emits from its mouth and that destroys everything in its path.

Let's find out how Kong and Godzilla break into Call of Duty: Warzone - Operation Monarch.


Call of Duty: Warzone - Operation Monarch, Godzilla's powerful Atomic Breath Plugged into the main Call of Duty: Warzo menu ne, Operation Monarch mode uses the Return rules to engage us in a frenetic and spectacular battle that will see us not only face the other teams on the field, but also the two enormous creatures that have invaded the Caldera Island and threaten to destroy it with the devastating power of their blows.

Parachuted into the map along with fifty-nine other players, as usual we will have the imperative to find weapons and equipment to be able to defend ourselves as the scenario progressively narrows due to the release of a poisonous gas. The goal is always the same, that is to remain the only survivors at the end of the match, but reaching it will be even more difficult due to Kong and Godzilla.

The two giant monsters trample the ground and make their anger mount progressively until they enter a state of fury, and that is why we will have to try to quickly collect as much Monarch information as possible, obtaining it from the crates indicated on the map, from the body of the enemies killed or by attacking the titans directly, perhaps with a mobile turret or on board a plane.

Once a special indicator has been filled, we will be able to use the accumulated energy to activate a series of kills traditional equipment, order the delivery of equipment or obtain the S.C.R.E.A.M. , which allows you to take advantage of the special abilities of Kong and Godzilla to direct their attacks and thus defeat a large slice of game participants.


Call of Duty: Warzone - Operation Monarch, a player attacks Kong directly The mix of mechanics put together by the developers of Call of Duty: Warzone for Operation Monarch is immediately very convincing. The rules of the Return mode allow our character to respawn after a kill where at least one teammate is still alive and this possibility undoubtedly smooths the edges of a more rigid stipulation.

A hit most of all, however, is the staging of this epic battle, with the two giant monsters who not only act as (disturbing!) background to the action but actively participate in it, giving back the feeling of really being part of a desperate battle against virtually unbeatable titans, whose position on the map we will have to continually check to avoid unwanted contacts.

Call of Duty: Warzone - Operation Monarch, the use of the S.C.R.E.A.M. to take advantage of the monsters' special attacks Similarly, the presence of Kong and Godzilla acts as an effective distraction element for other users, often giving us the opportunity to sink our shots against players intent on controlling the situation, unaware of what they are doing. it happens around at that moment. However, coordination changes the cards on the table and a minimally organized team will make the difference again.

The "defect" of Operation Monarch, if we want to define it, is therefore the same as any team multiplayer experience: if you enter the game together with friends and carry out a choral action the chances of reaching the end of the match will multiply, while the solitary sorties will (literally) have a short life.

Technical sector

Call of Duty: Warzone - Operation Monaarch, a team of players against Kong On the technical side, Operation Monarch takes the well-established map of Caldera, which debuted in Warzone for a few months now, and enriches it by introducing Kong and Godzilla. The two monsters appear very well made, rich in details and equipped with a good set of animations.

However, it is above all their credibility that makes the difference, thanks to a certain degree of attention to the speed of their movements and the impact on the scenario. An aspect on which the developers have worked well, and which is supported by the sonic chaos generated by the presence of the creatures.

In conclusion

Call of Duty: Warzone - Operation Monarch, Godzilla emerges from the waters Operation Monarch presents itself as a convincing event, at times exciting, capable of fielding rather original situations as far as the battle royale scene is concerned. The solidity of the basic system, which we found very precise and stimulating on PS5, proves that it can also be compared with different approaches than usual.

After the stars of the 80s action movies and the giant monsters, it really seems that Warzone has no limits and it will be interesting to see what creative direction the game will take in the coming months.

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