For Call of Duty Warzone the Season 3 Reloaded Update is available for download. As Raven Software announces, the patch 1.37 is now available for PC and consoles. The update appeared one day after the release of the corresponding mid-season update for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The developers use their website to announce which changes and innovations the Warzone update has in store. Many details were already known: The focus is on the film heroes Rambo and John McClane from the 1980s – in keeping with the current setting of the Battle Royale shooter. The two operators are available as bundles in the in-game shop until June 19.

To the Start der Season 3 Reloaded there is also a new in-game event about the film heroes going live. Two sets with nine challenges each are available in both Warzone and Black Ops Cold War. If you complete the nine challenges in Cold War, you unlock a blueprint for a tactical rifle. A blueprint for a sniper rifle is waiting for you at Warzone. Also new is the time-limited Power Grab mode, in which you kill opponents, complete contracts and locate supply boxes to find dog tags. You need the latter in order to rise in the ranking. There is no gulag here. Instead, comrades can be resuscitated.

You will also discover new points of interest on Verdansk. One of them is the Nakatomi Plaza, which fans should know from the Die Hard films. Rambo fans look forward to a number of survival camps that are housed in Verdansk. There are also a number of gameplay optimizations and bug fixes. In addition, there are balancing changes to the weapons. The full patch notes for the Warzone Season 3 Reloaded update can be found on the Raven Software website.

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