What is Warzone’s new Foresight streak? How to get it and what it does
Warzone Season 2’s mid-season update is finally here, and one of the biggest additions to the battle royale is the new Foresight scorestreak. Here’s everything you need to know about it, including what it is, how much it costs, and where you can get it.
The latest season of Warzone has reached its midway point, with Raven Software dropping the Season 2 Reloaded 1.34 patch on Wednesday, March 31. The update includes some significant changes, with the developers fixing the frustrating lack of Armor Plates found on Verdansk, while introducing a significant nerf to the Cold War AUG.
On top of all that, Raven has also activated the Containment Monitor Stations found across the map, which can be used to purchase high-tier streaks and items that could give you the upper hand against your opponents.
One of the most controversial items found in the Containment Monitor Stations is Foresight, which lets you see how the game’s circles will play out for the entire game.
Here’s everything you need to know about this powerful new tool.
What does Warzone’s Foresight do?
Foresight is a simple item to understand, but it’s effect will completely change the game for anyone who scrounges up enough money to pay for it.
When purchased, Foresight will show the location of every circle for the rest of the game, giving those who own it an early look at where they’ll need to be when the final circle begins.
This is incredibly useful for rotations, as you’ll know exactly where to be when the game heads into its final moment and gives you time to find the perfect spot to set up as you search for a Warzone victory.
How to get Foresight in Warzone Season 2
To get your hands on Foresight, all you need to do is head to one of the Containment Monitor Stations located around Verdansk.
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The easiest place to find these is in one of the three missile silos that appeared at the start of Season 2. We’ve included a map that marks the locations of those silos below.
Once you’ve found one, you can simply walk over and interact with it. You’ll be greeted with a menu that looks almost identical to the one found at a Buy Station, which can be used to buy high-tier items like Foresight.
Getting your hands on it won’t be cheap as it costs $20,000, but a team of four should be able to find $5,000 each from floor loot and kills. Once purchased, your map will update to show the locations of the remaining circles in the game.
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