Season 4 of Call of Duty kicked off on June 17th for both Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, and along with a host of other changes, Warzone’s Verdansk ’84 now features armored trucks.
In addition to the Big Bertha Trucks from Warzone, players can now get very powerful armored vehicles similar to the armored trucks previously used in the limited-time Armored Royale mode. These vehicles are armed with a hinged turret and can be further upgraded with additional armor, a permanent UAV, and even repaired.
To ride around Verdansk in armored style, you first need to find SAT-Link. These mini satellites are randomly placed on the map and you will hear a beep when you get close to one of them Capturing a satellite link is very similar to completing one of the Warzone scouting contracts, just hold and defend the area until it is captured to complete the challenge and it will reward you with a satellite cache that you need to collect. If the satellite is already connected to the SAT-Link, it means that someone has already captured this particular device and you will need to find another one.
The reward cache will crash and be marked on your map, so you just need to go and get the drop. You will most likely be rewarded with either an armored truck, gear drops, or a streak of HARP points. The armored truck is rewarded in the same way as the unloading, so you will need to point it on the map at the location of your choice.
The truck even comes with its own personal buy station located on the rear wheel, so you can spend your money on upgrading their armor, preventing the turret from overheating, or providing you with a permanent UAV to locate nearby enemy positions. You can even make any repairs on the fly. Of course, an armored truck is a pretty expensive investment. The full cost can be found below.
UAV: $ 4000
Trophy system: $ 3000
Heat-resistant barrel: $ 3000
Heavy Armor: $ 2000.
Trophy replenishment: $ 2500.
Armored Truck Repair: $ 1500
Armor Box: $ 6,000
Ammo Crate: $ 4500