Call of Duty: Warzone is a free-to-play battle royale video game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows that was launched on March 10, 2020. A version for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S has been confirmed for 2022, with a mobile version also in the works.
There are two major modes in the game: Battle Royale and Plunder. Warzone features a new in-game cash system that can be used to purchase items at “Buy Stations” located across the area. Cash may be traded for restricted access to players’ custom classes in “Loadout” drops.
Call of Duty gamers have always had their own lingo, and it appears that Warzone also has its own slang. The new slang “EGO CHALL” is here. Let’s see what it means in the game.
EGO CHALL Warzone
Ego chall is an outgrowth of the “chall” phrase for “challenge,”. It means when you openly confront someone because your ego believes you can win despite the odds. You’re playing a video game and have the ego to “Challenge” someone by jumping straight into them and battling them.
“Ego chall” refers to re-peaking or re-challenging combat with low health. You can catch folks off guard in that manner, but you must land your shots because you did not recover before repeaking. As a result, you are betting on yourself or competing with your ego. They also utilize it when you fly back into your stuff since you are in a bad circumstance.
While you challenge someone to a gunfight when you are at a disadvantage, there is a 50/50 chance that you will kill them or that they will kill you because they may be taken off guard if you “ego chall” them.
This concludes our piece for the warzone slang “Ego Chall”. Keep reading our COD guides for the latest updates on the game.
Also, comment down for more slangs used in COD, so we’ll discuss them soon.