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Raven Software Confirms Some Changes Coming to Warzone in Season 3

Changes are coming with the Warzone Season 3 update.
Changes are coming with the Warzone Season 3 update. / Photo courtesy of Activison

Raven Software has confirmed some changes that will be introduced with the Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3 update. With the latest season set to launch on April 21, many players have been wondering what to expect with the upcoming update.

Some details related to Warzone Season 3 have already been leaked. A new operator and map seem to be on their way. Although leaks in the past pointed to Verdansk making a permanent exit from Warzone, it seems that Verdansk may be here to stay. According to recent developments, the new map could be a different version of Verdansk, which is set in the past and boasts a new aesthetic alongside new locations.

Raven Software Confirms Some Changes Coming to Warzone in Season 3

On Friday, Raven Software, through their official Twitter account, engaged in a conversation with 100 Thieves co-owner, Jack “CouRage” Dunlop. After CouRage stated some changes he would like to see in Warzone, Raven Software responded and confirmed four changes coming in Season 3.

The confirmed updates include an adjustment to Roze, balance changes to weapons such as the Tac Rifle Charlie, M16, FFAR 1, and Sykov, a fix for Modern Warfare weapon perks and sniper glint, and a change to how players acquire the RC-XD. Exact details of the changes remain under wraps.

There will certainly be more changes coming in Season 3, which is set to arrive next week, and players will have to wait until then to see what Raven Software has planned for the latest update.