Season Three kicked off with Godzilla and King Kong joining Call of Duty. Now, Warzone Pacific and Vanguard Season Three Reloaded update has arrived, bringing new content like a weapon and map, a fast-travel option, and so much more. Whether you are a fan of multiplayer or battle royale, you will have new content to play through.
Perhaps the biggest change in Caldera Season Three Reloaded is the addition of an underground transit system. This is not the first time Warzone fans have seen a fast-travel system, as Verdansk had underground subways. If you want to use one of the 14 access points, you will find them on your map indicated by a vault door symbol. While you are travelling on the mine cart, light and audio cues let you know if there is any danger waiting as you reach your destination.
Next, the Season Three Reloaded update introduced new items to Warzone, including some that Vanguard players will recognize. The Serpentine perk from Vanguard multiplayer has made its debut in the battle royale. Selecting it in your perk one slot will see sprinting reduce incoming damage by 20%. Also, you will be notified when you hit an enemy using Serpentine on their loadout.
If that was not enough, two new tokens have been added into the mix. Carrying the Gulag Entry Token sends you back to the Gulag, no matter how many times you have died. Similarly, the Redeploy Extraction Token will automatically send you back to the battlefield without a gulag visit or a buy back. These tokens are of a Legendary rarity, so do not expect to be finding them so often. Another new arrival in the Pacific are Radar Jammers. This field upgrade will scramble the mini map of your opponents within a short radius of where it is placed.
What is coming Vanguard Season Three Reloaded?
Moving on to Vanguard, a new map named Sphere is ready for you to try out. The top floor is some sort of coal mining village, and the action continues underground. With a mine, tunnels, workshop, and a central lab, the whole map will be action packed. Finally, the H4 Blixen joins the submachine gun category — a versatile weapon with a slower fire rate.