Warzone 2.0

How does the Circle Mechanic Work in Warzone 2

Most Battle Royale players would be familiar with the circle closure indicating the end of a match. Mostly you would have seen a singular circle that gets smaller and smaller, but in Warzone 2, that entirely changes with each game. You can experience a singular circle, or it can be split into 3. In this guide, we will see how the circle mechanic works in Warzone 2.

How does the Circle Mechanic Work in Warzone 2

Warzone 2 has a new mechanic to close in the map, by supplying a singular or trio circle. Here we will see how they work in Warzone 2.

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The circle mechanic overall works similarly to most Battle Royale, only this time you can encounter different challenges within each one. If you are stuck on a map that has three circles closing in, you will have to fight opponents within the circle you are placed in. You can shift to another circle if you want, but that will require you to face the elements outside the circle.

Once you are inside a circle, you have two options to fight opponents, either at close range or long distance. You can choose to snipe from a distance or engage in close combat to be the last victor standing within that circle. There are countless opportunities to plan your strategy once you have reached this point in the game. If you wish to head out to another circle, you can do so, but you will have to face sandstorms and radioactivity when you venture outside. You have to counter that with first aid kits, gas masks, and Stims. Since the map will also feature vehicles, you can use those to get out of there and make a quick escape.

That’s all there is to know about the circle mechanic and how it works in Warzone 2. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.

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