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Bounties back in Call of Duty: Warzone just a day after Infinity Ward pulled them

Infinity Ward has reversed its controversial decision to pull bounties from Call of Duty: Warzone in favour of a new contract after a backlash from fans.

On Wednesday, Warzone received the Most Wanted contract, a high risk high reward pick-up that marked you for all other teams on the map. Survive for five minutes, and not only would you get a pot of cash, but redeployment for your entire squad.

However, players quickly found that the Most Wanted contract had replaced bounties – a change Infinity Ward failed to announce for some reason. This change did not go down well among Warzone’s most prominent players, with many wondering why it could not have been added to the game without the removal of existing bounties.

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