When Infinity Ward launched the second season of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare last month, their menu section was changed to “inbound transmission”, which leads many to believe that the developers were teasing the Battle Royale mode, which has long been the subject of rumors. Since then, there have been a ton of leaks in the BR mode, unless confirmed, which will be called Warzone, the latest of which shows some of the in-game animations of the mode.

On Friday, YouTuber IceManIsaac uploaded a video that shows some of the running animations for Warzone Battle Royale from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. As with other BR games, in Warzone, a downed player will have a chance of being resurrected by a teammate if he is part of a team, but he is also susceptible to some of the gross executionsCall Of Duty: Modern Warfare Warzone Battle Royale Execution Animations Leak Online

Each Call of Duty: Warzone operator will have a unique set of executions, some of which will likely be made available through the game’s Battle Pass.

According to several sources, including the famous Call of Duty YouTuber The Gaming Revolution, Infinity Ward and Activision will finally unveil Warzone Battle Royale this Tuesday, March 3, with the launch of the application a week later on Tuesday, March 10. So expect to see the official details of the mode very soon.

As with Fortnite and Apex Legends, Call of Duty: Warzone will be free to play, which means you don’t need to have Modern Warfare to play the next Battle Royale expansion. But, as with the two aforementioned BR titles, there will be a Battle Pass tied to the app, but again, its purchase will not be required, as everything in the Battle Pass can be unlocked by simply playing the game.

In recent weeks, Activision has been hitting Call of Duty: Modern Warfare YouTubers with copyright warnings for leaking rumored information about Warzone Battle Royale, which essentially confirms that the fugitives