With the Warzone 2 mid-season update finally here, the attention of players is turning to the Warzone 2 Season One Reloaded update release time as they wait to see the changes Infinity Ward has in store for the battle royale's first post-launch update.
Reloaded updates typically contain less content than updates that launch at the start of a season but Season One Reloaded still features plenty of exciting additions for you to get your hands on. Ranging from the Chimera assault rifle to the appearance of the Klaus Operator, there's something for everyone.
Warzone 2 Season One Reloaded release time countdown
Warzone 2 Season One Reloaded
The Season One Reloaded update will launch on December 14 at 6PM GMT which is great news if you're busy during the rest of the day. With everyone attempting to access the game at this time, there's a strong possibility of server issues so check our server status page to see if there are any issues.
All being well, the servers should withstand the masses of players dropping into Al Mazrah.
Will Warzone 2 Season One Reloaded start early?
Previous Warzone updates have gone live early to avoid any queuing issues but the chances of it happening again are unlikely. The plan is for the update to launch at the time stated above and although it's changed at the last minute before, you'll be dropping into the action at the same time as everyone else.
However, the Modern Warfare 2 update usually launches slightly earlier so if you want to test the Chimera before landing into Al Mazrah, load into multiplayer and see how the AR fares against the rest of the arsenal.
What's in the Warzone 2 Season One Reloaded update?
In addition to Chimera and Klaus, Gaz joins the ever-expanding roster of Operators alongside the very first Call of Duty Raid. Raids are a brand-new experience that acts as a direct continuation of the Modern Warfare 2 campaign and while you don't need MW2 to play Warzone 2, you can earn a Raid Key that would allow you to play.
Along with the new content, expect plenty of buffs and nerfs that could shake up the existing meta in addition to numerous quality-of-life changes that improve the overall Warzone 2 experience for everyone.
There's also the return of Mini Royale and the Warzone Cup LTM that takes heavy inspiration from Rocket League.
There you have it, there's plenty to look forward to ahead of the Warzone 2 Season One Reloaded release time. For more on Call of Duty's battle royale, take a look at our other guides showcasing the best Warzone 2 sniper rifle and all you need to know about the next Warzone 2 double XP event.