The battle royale arena of Call of Duty: Warzone is a brutal environment. You have a game where 150 players are fighting it out to make it to the final leg of the game, and only one team can be the winner. It takes a great level of patience, practice, and weapon accuracy to make sure you make it to the end of the game with your team. Sometimes, you might find yourself out of it, or down a teammate, before you make it to the end. Luckily, there are multiple methods to reviving yourself and your team.
When you find yourself or a teammate downed, you can pick them back up at no cost. They might not have any access to shields, but that is quickly amended by placing an armor bundle on the ground to gear up every member of your team. After a player is downed and they are eliminated by someone, they get sent to another area of the game called the Gulag, at least the first time. Here, players fight it out in a one versus one match to return to the game. The winner of the deathmatch is sent back into the game and drops in above their team. However, the person who loses has to wait for teammates to repurchase them into the match. All players only have one chance to go to the Gulag and then come back, although there are Gulag tokens around the map granting players additional opportunities to respawn.
To buy a party member back into the game, you need to make your way to any of the buy stations you can around the map. You can see these locations by the shopping cart icon on the map and the minimap. Approach the buy station, and you can spend $4,500 on your teammates to bring them back. Those options are on the right side of the buy station options. Alternatively, if you have no teammates left with you, you can still revive yourself if you an enemy downs you. It costs $4,500 for a self-revive, allowing you to come back into the game with all of the gear still on you. You only get to use this item once every time you purchase it from a buy station.
You and your teammates have a handful of options to keep your team in the game. But, Call of Duty: Warzone features the fast-paced combat of the traditional game, so you need to stay on your toes the entire time. Make sure you and your teammates are communicating to keep everyone alive and to coordinate with one another.