Call of Duty: Warzone – Vehicles Guide

Call of Duty: Warzone - Vehicles Guide
Call of Duty: Warzone - Vehicles Guide

Call of Duty: Warzone Guides:

  • Best Loadouts in Battle Royale / Plunder.
  • Battle Royale Tips and Tricks.
  • Contracts Guide.

While making your way across the expansive Verdansk map, you’ll likely come across various vehicles that will make getting from point A to B much more efficient. However, you should consider the circumstances before hopping in a vehicle because it will attract attention.

Still, if the Circle Collapse is closing in on you, driving (or flying) away in a vehicle will save you and your team’s life.

There are currently five different vehicles available in Call of Duty: Warzone


ATVs are a great solution for those looking to move quickly, but don’t expect much protection while riding. It can hold up to two people and is fairly easy to control on and off road.

Cargo Truck

Need to get your entire squad to a new location? Why not try out the Cargo Truck? It’ll hold your team and an additional vehicle in the back. But don’t count on getting to your destination quickly, as the Cargo Truck is slow. It does however, have high defense for maximum protection.


Holding up to five players, the helicopter is the fastest way to cover large distances. You can use it to transport your team to a tall building as the Circle Collapse closes in on you, or even use it to take out other vehicles. But remember, enemies can lock onto, so be careful.


The SUV falls somewhere in the middle among the other vehicles. It’s not the slowest vehicle, but also doesn’t provide the most protection. It’s an adequate choice for getting around efficiently, with fewer risks of taking damage.

Tactical Rover

Want an ATV but with added protection and room for your squad? Look no further than the Tactical Rover. This vehicle will get you around quickly and provides defense lacking with the ATV.

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