Call of Duty

New Warzone, Black Ops Weapons Leak Ahead of Season 3

Call of Duty (COD) players have a few new weapons to look forward to this upcoming Warzone season.
Call of Duty (COD) players have a few new weapons to look forward to this upcoming Warzone season. / Activision

Call of Duty (COD) players have a few new weapons to look forward to this upcoming Warzone season.

TheGamingRevolution (TGR), a credible COD YouTube informant, recently released a new video on Thursday, March 11, elaborating and all the compiled rumors and leaks that have surfaced so far. He primarily relied on data-mined files and touched on nearly every major topic from zombies, operators, maps, and more. Around the middle of the upload, TGR revealed a handful of new weapons that could be coming to Warzone and Black Ops: Cold War at the start of Season 3.

New COD Weapons Leaked Ahead of Season 3

The four weapons he highlighted where the FAL tactical rifle, Dragunov sniper rifle, Skorpion SMG, and CZ75 pistol. He did briefly mention the Galil, but explained he believed it wouldn't join the line-up due to its similarities with the Season 2 release, FARA 83.

TGR stressed that a lot of the leaks recently brought to light are files and models that have been in the game since release. He explicitly stated that "some of these may be leftover or may be scrapped" with no intention of release.

According to TGR, the Skorpion SMG mirrors the classic one found in Black Ops 1. However, whether this is just leftover debris from previous Black Ops games or actually headed into play remains to be seen.

Data miners have also uncovered a specific texture in the falls for the FAL tactical rifle, suggesting it may make its appearance alongside zombie campaigns. TGR quickly added that he "doubt[s] we're going to see zombies exclusive weapons" and that the skin could be slated for multiplayer release—so long as it isn't just another spare part.

He went on to talk about new gear leaks, as well, including a Riot Shield that resembled the Black Ops 3 Shield and Barbed Wire fencing. Again, he reinforced the idea that these have been in the game since its release and could just be littered files and models that other players have force-loaded into their own games.

Ultimately, these predictions remain to be seen, but TGR has a good track record of being right on the money with his information. Time will tell if he pulls through once again.