Call Of Duty Warzone Covert Exfils
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How to get and use Covert Exfils in Warzone

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Covert Exfil is a new mechanic in Warzone that allows you to leave early and secure a win. Warzone matches are challenging to win as is which is why Covert Exfils are a great new addition.

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When will Covert Exfils come to Warzone?

Raven Software pushed back on Covert Exfils after listening to the community response. Most people believed Covert Exfils to be too big of a change to the way Warzone works. Because of that, Covert Exfils won’t launch with Modern Warfare 3 Season 1 Reloaded.

Instead, Covert Exfils as well as Weapon Cases will launch in an upcoming dedicated mode. We weren’t given a time or date, but we know the introduction of Covert Exfils and Weapon Cases in Warzone is being delayed and won’t come to the core Warzone experience. When it does come, it’ll be in a separate game mode similar to something like Resurgence.

How to get a Covert Exfil in Warzone

The only way to get a Covert Exfil in Warzone is to buy one at a Buy Station. There are only five Covert Exfils available for the entire match to fight over, they are only available to buy before the Gulag closes which happens around the fourth or fifth circle, and they cost a lot of cash.

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If you can rack up enough kills, crack open enough safes, and open hidden caches, you’ll get enough cash to buy a Covert Exfil. Once acquired, all you need to do to use it is deploy it and wait for a helicopter to come. Hop in the helicopter, get flown out of the game, and it’ll count as an official win in Warzone.

Best way to use Covert Exfils in Warzone

To be successful with a Covert Exfil, I recommend using it in an area with cover and buildings. That way, after you call it in, you can hide and get the drop on incoming enemies that are trying to get the drop on you. Once the area is fully clear, you can safely exfil and win Warzone.

Along with Covert Exfils, Modern Warfare 3 Season 1 Reloaded introduced a Weapon Case in Warzone. If you’re lucky, fast, and skilled enough, you and your squad can secure the Weapon Case and Covert Exfil from Warzone to avoid the sweaty last circles and secure a win with extra bonuses.

To help you earn a Covert Exfil and keep the area around your (or someone else’s) deployed Covert Exfil safe, you might want to learn how to unlock the HRM-9 and TAQ Evolvere, the two new weapons introduced with Season 1 Reloaded.


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