Mods

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Mods are a way of modifying/expanding the Warzone core gameplay beyond what is possible using the built-in configuration options. Modded games can be created only by members, however you may ask a member to create a game for you.

Mods are easy to use! When joining a game with mods, Warzone automatically downloads the mod. No installation is required. Simply join or create a game that has mods enabled. Since no installation is required, mods are fully supported on all Warzone platforms, including Android and iOS!

Some mods have a menu where users can interact with the mod. To open this menu, from a game go to Game > Mod: <mod name>.

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[edit] Create your own Mod

See the Mod Developers Guide for details on how to get started making your own mod.

To check if a mod idea is possible to implement, check Mod Framework Capabilities.

[edit] Mod Categories

See Mod Categories.

[edit] List of published mods (not exhaustive)

Please note some mods may have bugs. Contact the mod developer (by Discord, private message or using the forum) to report a bug. Note that if a mod takes more than 10 seconds to run, a crash message will appear. This would only happen if using a map that is too big (in terms of number of territories or bonuses).

Mod compatibility
Do not use in alongside any other mod
Compatible with all mods
May not be compatible with other mods
Compatible with , , , ,
Not compatible with ; fine with every other group of mods
Not compatible with ; fine with every other group of mods
Not compatible with ; fine with , , ,

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[edit] Standard Mods

[edit] Experimental Mods

[edit] Restrictions

Single-player modded games are always free for members. Likewise, multi-player games where all players are members are also free. Members can create a modded game for non-members by using the special "Allow non-members to join" check-box on the mods page. Using this special checkbox is free once per week to members, (restarts Monday), but after that it will cost a small fee (2 coins per player, member or not, in the game). This fee exists since mods can run on the server, and modded games are significantly more CPU-intensive for the Warzone server to run than non-modded games.

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