Warzone Season 4 Battle Pass: Everything You Need to Know

Call of Duty Warzone Season 4 Battle Pass was released alongside its update on June 11 at 2 a.m. ET.
Call of Duty Warzone Season 4 Battle Pass was released alongside its update on June 11 at 2 a.m. ET. / Photo by Activision/Infinity Ward

Warzone Season 4 Battle Pass was released alongside the coinciding seasonal update on June 11 at 2 a.m. ET.

Warzone Season 4 experienced some problems on Xbox One during release day. Players were seeing download sizes of 84GB instead of the 44GB, but in the end it will only take up 4GB on a hard-drive.

Warzone Season 4 includes weapon mastery challenges, in-match events and contraband contract systems. There are also playlist updates and new weapons alongside the regular bug fixes.

Here is everything we know about Warzone Season 4 Battle Pass.

Warzone Season 4 Battle Pass

Players can earn up to 100 new items on either a free and premium track. In addition, Captain Price is a new legendary operator. As players rank up, more skins become available for Captain Price. At Rank 100, players earn a night vision Captain Price skin.

The Fennec (SMG) and CR-56 AMAX (AR) are the two new weapons introduced into Warzone. The SMG is unlocked at Rank 15 and the AR at Rank 31.

Players can also earn exclusive blueprint weapons in the Battle Pass. There are new weapon blueprints for all weapon types. Blank Stare, Glacial Polish, Gavel and Emissary to name a few. The Sunset Hue (LMG) weapon blueprint is the first blueprint that is available at Rank 18.

The Battle Pass is purchasable from the in-game store for 1,000 COD Points.

Players also have the option to purchase the Battle Pass bundle. The bundle includes the Battle Pass and the first 20 ranks unlocked. The Battle Pass bundle will cost 2,400 COD points, roughly being $24.

There are free rewards designated at different ranks for players who don't want to purchase the premium version.