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Warzone Sticks & Stones LTM explained

Sticks and Stones is a brand-new LTM being introduced to Warzone Pacific Season 5 following a playlist update, and here’s how it works.

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Warzone Pacific Season 5 is delivering the brand-new Sticks and Stones LTM for players to enjoy. Here’s a breakdown of the new Warzone mode so you’re ready to hop right into the action.

The final season of Warzone before players turn to Warzone 2 is well underway. Warzone Pacific Season 5 has delivered plenty of content for players to sink their teeth into as they bid farewell to the iconic battle royale.

We’ve seen the Operation Last Call LTM debut in Season 5 and now yet another LTM has been added to the Warzone playlist. For a limited time, players can hop into Sticks and Stones to enjoy a melee-only battle royale mode.

Since the start of Season 5, Raven Software have been updating the Warzone playlist quite frequently as new modes cycle in and out of the active playlist, keeping things fresh. On September 9, Raven Tweeted their weekend playlist update for Warzone, which included the Sticks and Stones LTM.

What is Warzone’s Sticks & Stones LTM?

For starters, Sticks and Stones is a Quads playlist at the moment that is taking place on Warzone’s Caldera map. The Sticks and Stones LTM restricts loot and loadouts to melee weapons and crossbows.

At first glance, it seems strange to have this LTM take place on Caldera instead of Rebirth Island or Fortune’s Keep. However, Sticks and Stones is a Mini Royale mode, which means it will take place in a condensed area of Caldera.

Mini Royale is a smaller and faster-paced setting where fewer players will battle it out using melee weapons or crossbows in Sticks and Stones.

If you played any of the Call of Duty: Black Ops titles then Sticks and Stones may sound familiar to you as it was often a playable multiplayer mode.

Raven’s Tweet specifies “this weekend” as the time that Sticks and Stones will be available, so make sure you give it a try before it likely disappears.


For more Warzone news, make sure to catch Call of Duty Next on September 15 as the devs get set to reveal new Warzone 2 information.

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