Call of Duty’s season 1 content plans for Warzone, Vanguard laid out
Call of Task: Warzone Pacific will get 3 brand-new operators and 5 brand-new weapons, and Call of Task: Lead’s multiplayer starts with 2 brand-new maps, according to a season 1 material roadmap Activision released on Monday.
The brand-new season for both the free-to-play fight royale and Lead multiplayer starts on Dec. 8. (For Lead owners; stand-alone Warzone Pacific gamers participate Dec. 9.) Updates preparing both video games for the brand-new season’s launch will present on Monday at 9 p.m. EST.
Lead’s 2 brand-new maps are Paradise and Radar, the latter being a remastered variation of Dome from 2008’s Call of Task: World at War. Caldera, teased and hyped for the majority of last month, is the brand-new arena for the fight royale, signing up with the smaller sized, close-quarters fight Renewal Island, which was presented a year earlier. The 3 Warzone Pacific operators start with Francis “Kai” Lanakila, readily available through the season 1 Fight Pass. Gamers can open him right away by buying the Fight Pass, which usually costs 1,000 COD Points (about $10).
The premium Fight Pass once again has 100 tiers, and “you can earn plenty by just playing the game.” Premium purchasers will likewise get Tier 0 access to a brand-new skin for operator Arthur Kingsley, a season-long 10% XP benefit, and a “Battleprepped” skin for Operator Polina Petrova. The gas mask isn’t practical, however it does look badass.
Francis will be followed by brand-new operator Lewis Howard (who will get here prior to completion of 2021, Activision stated) and Isabella (complete name Isabella Rosario Dulnuan Reyes, for the record). There’s likewise the totally complimentary Fight Pass System, where gamers can open 3 practical weapons (i.e., not skins), 2 brand-new advantages, and brand-new devices, all of that complimentary.
The roadmap listed below, and the main Call of Task article, has far more information. The “last hours of Verdansk” send for Warzone’s old fight royale map began at 1 p.m. EST, and ends at midnight when servers go offline for upkeep and the season 1 upgrade.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.