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Plunder left Call of Duty: Warzone with the arrival of Season 5 Reloaded. The off-beat game mode is an easy way to rank up weapons or take a break from the stressful nature of the standard playlists. Naturally, because of these reasons, fans are curious as to when Plunder is returning to Warzone.

Raven Software didn’t leave players in the dark in regards to the playlists schedule. They have a blog with the schedule and their release dates. It’s commonplace for the developer to remove playlists to give others their time in the sun.

According to Raven Software, Plunder is arriving back in Warzone on Sept. 30 but only in trios.

Plunder’s return date in Warzone

The mode’s return date gives players a couple of weeks to try out the new game modes, like Iron Trials ’84, which could be players’ first taste of a Ranked mode in Warzone. If leaks are correct, though, then fans won’t have to wait much longer for a proper Ranked mode.

Until Sept. 30, players can partake in the other modes Raven releases. The full playlist schedule for Warzone up until October is found below.

Sept. 16

  • BR
    • Solos
    • Trios
    • Quads
  • Iron Trials ’84
    • Duos
  • Blood Money
    • Quads
  • Clash
  • Resurgence
    • Quads

Sept. 23

  • BR
    • Solos
    • Trios
    • Quads
  • Iron Trials ’84
    • Duos
  • Resurgence
    • Quads

Sept. 30

  • BR
    • Duos
    • Trios
    • Quads
  • Buy Backs
    • Solos
  • Plunder
    • Trios
  • Resurgence Extreme
    • TBD

On Sept. 30, Plunder will return to Warzone but only in Trios. So fans of extreme action in Quads Plunder will have to wait a little longer. But, they can still return to the mode to rank up weapons and for a change of pace. It’s possible this is the last playlist update Warzone will see until Season 6, which releases sometime in October. As of right now, though, no firm release date is set.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.
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