All Operators in Season 1 of Warzone Pacific & Call of Duty Vanguard

Season 1 for Call of Duty Vanguard and Warzone Pacific is right around the corner, much to the excitement of the community that will be jumping into a new era of the battle royale along with brand-new content for Vanguard multiplayer. The first season of post-launch content is expected to be one of the largest ever seen, with both titles receiving a new Battle Pass, new additions to the weapon arsenal, an entirely new map, and so much more.

As always, the start of a new season means a range of new Operators will also be making their way into the Call of Duty universe, giving players even more choice and more skins to unlock. In this guide, find all of the new Operators expected to appear in Season 1.

Read More: Warzone Pacific Season 1 Start Date, Content, Caldera Map & Everything You Need To Know

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Warzone Pacific & Vanguard Season 1 Operators

Warzone Pacific Call of Duty Vanguard Season 1 Operators
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According to notable Call of Duty leaker @ZestyCODLeaks, Season 1 of Warzone Pacific and Vanguard will feature a total of three Operators. While there has been no official confirmation on which Operators will appear, the leak has uncovered the names of the new characters:

  • Anna (Front left)
  • Lewis (Front right)
  • Francis (Background)
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It's expected that one of the Operators will be available at Tier 0 of the Season 1 Battle Pass, meaning there are no requirements to unlock them. As for the other two, there's every chance that they will arrive later on in the season as part of their own store bundles.

Just like the 12 Operators that arrived when Vanguard launched on November 5th, it's highly likely that the new additions will have their own favourite weapons which give additional bonuses when used in multiplayer, and considering Season 1 will be when Vanguard is integrated into Warzone, players will also earn XP bonuses when dropping into Caldera.

Warzone Pacific & Vanguard Season 1 Start Date

Season 1 was scheduled to begin on December 2nd, but Activision pushed the starting date back to December 8th. Reasons for the delay are still unknown but a week's delay gives Raven Software and Sledgehammer Games to fine-tune the updates and make sure the release is as smooth as possible.

That's all we know about the Operators appearing in Season 1 of Vanguard and Warzone Pacific. For more news, check out our dedicated hubs for both games which contain everything you need to know about the new season.