Call of Duty seems to be the one series that won’t give up. Moving from story-based FPS titles to the multiplayer phenomenon, the series’ next stop is none other than the battle royale genre. Call of Duty: Warzone is out now on all major platforms, and while it’s as simple as downloading it on the Xbox or PlayStation Store. But how do you get CoD: Warzone on PC?
How to Get Warzone on PC
Installing Warzone on PC is different than the previous call of duty titles. Since Modern Warfare 2019, the Call of Duty series moved from Steam to Battle.net. If you haven’t already, this means you’re going to have to install another game launcher on your computer. If Battle.net is already installed on your PC, that’s where you need to go to install Warzone.
New players, don’t worry: the process is simple. First, head to Battle.net and click on the download button at the top of the screen. You’ll download the installer for Battle.net. Once the installer is done downloading, launch the installer and follow the directions. The program should set up a file path for Battle.net and add a shortcut to your desktop.
Once the install is complete, launch the Battle.net application. You’ll be greeted with your games tab. However, you likely don’t have anything installed yet. For that, you’ll need to click on the shop tab. If you scroll down on the shop tab, you’ll find a list of games to download. There should be a Warzone logo within the list of games. If not, you can search for it. Click the Warzone logo, and Battle.net will allow you to install the game.
Keep in mind that the game’s size is going to be your biggest hurdle. At the time of writing, the Warzone installation takes up 182 gigabytes. You’re going to want to ensure that you have enough space prior to installation.
Since his youth, Cole Travis has been enveloped in the ever-growing gaming industry. From player to writer, Cole's extended experience in gaming news has put him on the map as a valuable source for high-quality and entertaining information. With a passion for everything from FPS to Virtual Reality, there's no game that's outside of his range. On the side, Cole Travis is a writer and a director for independent films.