Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone are receiving their Season 3 updates in a few days, adding new maps, weapons, operators, and a lot more.

Call of Duty: Vanguard wasn’t the smash-hit that fans were hoping for. While it had that same solid Call of Duty groundwork behind it, Vanguard had some real balancing issues along with subpar map designs, and a few other faults that held it back from reaching its full potential. Similarly, Warzone’s Pacific map was also met with fan backlash, as some game-breaking bugs and imbalances made it a chore to play for even the most die-hard followers.

Over the last few months, both Vanguard and Warzone have slowly but surely become much better experiences, with a constant stream of updates being implemented that have fixed a slew of issues. Now that the games have been fixed up, at least for the most part, Sledgehammer Games can start adding some substantial content with Season 3

Named “Classified Arms,” Season 3 of Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone will come to the game on April 27. For those still grinding away in Vanguard, both its multiplayer mode and Zombies mode are receiving additions and changes.

First up is a brand-new map called “Mayhem” for all those players who prefer Vanguard’s more claustrophobic maps. Set in a movie studio warehouse, players will weave in and out of three lanes, each one adorned in 1950s movie set dressings that act as the facade of a miniature city. While Mayhem will be available day one, a new map called “Sphere” will also be heading to Vanguard later in Season 3. Sphere is another smaller map in which players battle each other on two floors of an underground secret weapons laboratory.

Season 3 of Call of Duty: Vanguard is also bringing some new weapons and equipment to the game, all of which can be used in Warzone. First up is one of the most heavily requested additions, the Trophy System equipment. Unlike other equipment in Vanguard, the Trophy System will be immediately available to all players, not requiring battle pass progress.

Vanguard Season 3 is bringing four new weapons to the game. These titular “Classified Arms” include the new M1916 Marksman Rifle, which seems to boast a fast fire-rate at the cost of accuracy and stability; and the Nikita AVT Assault Rifle, which has the highest fire-rate of its weapon class. These rifles will be available on launch, while a new melee weapon, the Junkyard Jet sledgehammer, and the H-4 Blixen SMG will be added later on Season 3.

Three new Operators will be added to Call of Duty: Vanguard over the course of Season 3, with Mateo Hernandez appearing at launch. Hernandez is said to be a first-generation American who served as a tail-gunner and sniper in the Pacific. Florence Carter, the best helicopter pilot around, is heading to Vanguard later in Season 3; and Kim Tae Young, a mysterious masked close-quarters fighter, is heading to the game halfway through Season 3.

As is the case with every new Call of Duty season, Season 3 is also marking a refresh for Ranked mode. For those who want to start their ascension all over again, Call of Duty: Vanguard Season 3 is throwing in some neat cosmetic unlocks, including an SMG and Assault Rifle Blueprint, as well as some unique emblems, camos, and charms.

Source: This news is originally published by gamerant

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