Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3 is Live

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Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3 is Live

After what seems like over a year of leaks, it’s nice to see Activision/Blizzard finally succeed with COD Warzone.

Fans have been praising the latest incarnation of the beloved Call of Duty franchise, and now that this new season has dropped, we doubt that’ll stop any time soon.

The New

There are a lot of new features in this COD installment:

  • New Operator + Battle Pass, featuring Alex
  • New Multiplayer Maps:
    • Talsik Backlot – In the middle of the Urzikstan desert lies an urban city with a major construction project taking place at its center. With its citizens long evacuated, combat takes place from door-to-door as teams fight for control of the various overlooks and buildings.
    • Hovec Sawmill – A sleepy farming village is under peril, as its main sawmill building has caught fire. Operators will fight within the burning wreckage and around it, visiting the local businesses such as the butchery, the mess hall, and even the beekeeper’s area, which includes a couple of active hives!
    • Aniyah Incursion – You’ve experienced it in 10v10 and in Ground War – now fight within a more enclosed version of the area based around the central palace in Aniyah Incursion.
  • New Warzone Game Mode:
    • Quads
  • New Weapons:
    • SK5
    • Renetti
  • New Skins:
    • Vehicle Skins

The Biggest War In COD History

The trailer does a really good job of highlighting fan-favorite elements of Warzone, especially focusing on the number of players you can have set in one match. However, one of the advertised draws in the trailer is that this is “the biggest war in Call of Duty history.” But when you really think about it… is that even true?

Sure, it sounds cool and makes sense when one factors in the new installments Warzone has to offer… but isn’t this technically the same series that gave us a World War 3 video game? How can these battles possibly be bigger than impending global warfare?

Jokes aside, the trailer is a high action clip that shows off the next step in Call of Duty: Warzone. The game is a free-to-play battle royale video game.

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Harrison Giza
Harrison is an esports commentator and gonzo video game journalist, focusing on esports and Call of Duty news for ESTNN. Current writer at Punchland and former contributing staff at Midnight Pulp, Bad Hat Harry, Montecito Picture Co. For inquiries or interviews: [email protected].