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Warzone devs tease content to come in Season 4, clarifies Fortnite-like events comments

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Infinity Ward and Raven Software devs have given a very first preview of some content to expect with Call of Duty: Warzone in Season 4 of the game.

Season 3 launched in early April, and based on the Battle Pass timer in-game, Season 4 should begin around the first week of June.

In an interview with GamerGen, Infinity Ward has teased some of the content that is coming to Warzone in Season 4.

Kurosaki, Infinity Ward’s Narrative Director, says the story line will continue with Season 4 of the game and says new people will be dropping in to join the fight in Verdansk. He also says that some mysterious and clues will be unlocked in Season 4 for players to explore and learn more.

Players have already discovered that there is a whole other part of Verdansk they haven’t seen yet. They have found clues, and that there is more than meets the eye in this city. Season 4 will unravel some of those mysteries and unlock some of them for our players. As the battle in Verdansk wages on, things will grow more desperate. There are going to be more and more fighters sent in to turn the tide and we’re very excited to get our players to see and join alongside these new great warriors as they continue to fight.

Amos Hodge, Raven’s Creative Director, says that there will be new loot for players to find in Warzone in Season 4 of the game, including new Field Upgrades. He also says that some loot will be added that extends beyond what’s available in loadouts. And there will be new modes.

On the gameplay stuff I can tell you that there will definitely be new modes, we’re constantly working on modes. So new modes we’ll be releasing, and we’re working on new content – new items in game that you can put in your loadout. There will be new items to find in BR and Plunder that aren’t in your loadout to add gameplay and a little looting. There will be new field upgrades for example. So we’re working on new Field Upgrades, new modes, new loot in general that you can get in your loadout to add some new spice to the game.

In addition, as part of the same interview, Infinity Ward’s Kurosaki has clarified his comments on Warzone having Fortnite-like events. He says that Fortnite and Modern Warfare are ‘very different’ and going for different approaches.

I wouldn’t say they’re Fortnite-like events, because Fortnite is such a different type of a game than Modern Warfare. With Fortnite you know that the world is ever evolving and ever changing so much you kind of don’t want to go away from it or you might miss something. It’s the same thing with Warzone.

He says that a narrative story has been in the works since before Modern Warfare came out and that they are ensuring that the overall world operates like the real world as that is how Modern Warfare is built.

In terms of story, we’ve been setting up this narrative since before Modern Warfare came out. An important point for us is that Modern Warfare exists in a world that operates not unlike the world that we live in. The same thing goes for Multiplayer, Spec Ops and Warzone. These are real factions that mimic the way the world and it’s super powers. They have allegiances, sort of rivalries… The big what if with Warzone is that those traditional allegiances have broken down, and someone is pulling the strings behind the scenes and we, as the Operators in the game, are trying to figure out what’s going on and how to solve it.

Stay tuned for the latest news.

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Dr Disrespect explains why Treyarch are the only way to save Warzone

Dr Disrespect has explained why he thinks Raven Software should stop managing Warzone, and hand the reigns to Treyarch instead.

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Dr Disrespect has not been shy voicing his frustrations on Call of Duty: Warzone and recently explained why he believes Treyarch should take over.

Call of Duty: Warzone has been one of the most popular games in the world following its release in 2020 and is one of the heavyweights when it comes to battle royale games. Plenty of popular streamers have jumped into Verdansk over the past year including Dr Disrespect who has never hidden his true feelings towards the game.

A variety of bugs like the latest invisibility glitch and overpowered weapons such as the Akimbo Sykov pistols have caused major headaches for the community. Issues like these have been one of the major problems in the eyes of the Call of Duty community following the integration of Black Ops Cold War into Warzone.

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During an April 18, 2021 stream, Dr Disrespect ran into a variety of issues that left the streamer less than satisfied with the first-person shooter and how developer Raven Software was handling the management of the game.

This led the streamer to state that Black Ops Cold War developer Treyarch should take over the management and development of the battle royale game.

“Raven at this point — They’ve always been sorta a support studio within Activision. But, I think they are just supporting on this transition between Warzone and what the Cold War version is gonna be,” said the Two-Time. “I’m hoping that once we get on Cold War we get Raven the hell off of this game. Please, get off of it, and let’s let Treyarch maybe sorta manage it for the next year. That’ll be fun.”

Clip starts at 23:00 for mobile users.

Infinity Ward had been the lead development studio for Warzone following its release in the life cycle of its latest game, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Raven Software took over the main development and managing duties of the battle royale during the release and integration of Black Ops Cold War.

Members of the community have been very critical of Raven’s handling of the game so far and there are likely plenty of other players who would agree with Dr Disrespect when it comes to having Treyarch take over Warzone for the foreseeable future that is set to change drastically with the arrival of Season 3.

Image Credits: Wikipedia / Activision / Infinity Ward

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How to get Price ’84 Operator in Black Ops Cold War & Warzone

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The Black Ops & Modern Warfare worlds collide as Captain Price arrives in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War & Warzone.

Activision has announced that the new Captain Price ’84 Operator will be available for FREE for everyone who already owns Black Ops Cold War at the start of Season 3.

Players will simply have to log in and be able to access Captain Price ’84 in both Warzone & Black Ops Cold War after the Season 3 launch on April 22.

The Operator will be useable in both Black Ops Cold War MP & Zombies and Warzone, but players will need to use the Operator in Black Ops Cold War MP online first before it becomes accessible in Warzone.

That Operator is none other than Price ‘84, propelled into the Cold War era and outfitted in tactical gear suited for the most clandestine of wetwork operations.

How to unlock

Those who purchase any version of Black Ops Cold War at the start of Season Three will receive the Price ’84 Operator for use in Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. Plus, anyone who already owns Black Ops Cold War will automatically receive the Price ’84 Operator at the start of Season Three.

Simply log into Black Ops Cold War following the Season Three Update to add Price ’84 to your roster of elite Operators. You will need to go online in Black Ops Cold War first before he appears as a playable character in Warzone.

Activision states that the Price ’84 Operator is a different Operator from the Modern Warfare Price Operator.

SOURCE: Call of Duty Blog

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Six weapons including PPSH arrive in Cold War & Warzone with Season 3

Six new weapons, including fan favorite PPSH SMG & Ballistic knife arrive in Season 3.

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Treyarch has unveiled six new weapons are coming to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War & Warzone with Season 3.

As part of the announce blog post for Season 3, the studio revealed a look at the new weapons planned for Season 3 of Cold War & Warzone.

Some of the weapons will be part of the Battle Pass and be included at launch, while others will come during the season and unlocked via bundles or challenges.

Here’s a breakdown of the 6 new weapons:

Six New Weapons

PPSh-41: SMG (Launch Week)

When you need to spit fire, pick up the PPSh-41 SMG, an absolute classic in the series. Though its damage per shot is moderate, its rapid-fire, high-capacity capabilities encourage an aggressive playstyle ideal for leading the charge in objective modes and clearing out tight spaces in Warzone.

Obtain the PPSh-41 for free, ready to use in Black Ops Cold War and Warzone at Tier 15 of the Season Three Battle Pass.

Swiss K31: Sniper Rifle (Launch Week)

Precision and power. The Swiss K31 Sniper Rifle was made for one neutral country ready to rearm for world war, but will now find itself in the arsenals of the NATO and Warsaw Pact forces. This bolt-action sniper rifle boasts exceptional accuracy, as well as fast rechamber and aiming speeds with a large ammo capacity. Aggressive sharpshooters will be in their element with this new rifle, whether it’s sniping out in the wilds of Warzone or pushing forward on objectives in Black Ops Cold War.

Ballistic Knife: Melee (Launch Week)

A versatile weapon first introduced in the original Call of Duty: Black Ops, this iteration of the Ballistic Knife is a rare piece of spy technology developed in the late 1970s by Soviet Forces.

The spring-action knife launcher can either be used as a melee weapon or to silently fire lethal retrievable blades. It is most effective at short ranges, but the most skilled Operators could theoretically land a deadly hit from extreme distances. Available in Black Ops Cold War at the launch of Season Three and in Warzone mid-season.

CARV.2: Tactical Rifle (In-Season)

Carve through the competition with this burst-fire tactical rifle, joining the ranks of the M16 with its high-damage, high-bullet-velocity output. Boasting moderate firepower with solid recoil control and a large ammo pool, the CARV.2 cuts the deepest when used for mid- to long-range engagements.

AMP63: Pistol (In-Season)

The Secondary category gets even deeper later in Season Three thanks to the AMP63 pistol. Slotting in as the fourth sidearm in Black Ops Cold War’s arsenal, this personal defense weapon is a cross between a self-loading pistol and a fully automatic SMG. Expect this weapon to output high amounts of damage in a short period of time thanks to its full-auto nature, which makes it highly effective in close quarters.

Baseball Bat: Melee (In-Season)

A classic bruiser’s weapon of war, and Black Ops Cold War’s newest addition for one-hit melee fans. Unlock the Baseball Bat in Season Three, and get out there and crack some skulls in Multiplayer, Zombies, and Warzone.

Obtain the Ballistic Knife, CARV.2, AMP63, and Baseball Bat during Season Three in one of two ways: complete an in-game challenge to obtain the free base weapon, or pick up a bundle with a Blueprint version when it appears in the Store.

SOURCE: Call of Duty Blog

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