Warzone 2 Season Three - News and what we want to see

Warzone 2 player holding submachine gun
Credit: Activision

Warzone 2 player holding submachine gun
Credit: Activision
April 12, 2023: The start of Season 3 is closing in! Take a look at our hub containing everything you need to know before dropping into the action.

The Warzone 2 Season Three update is the next major content drop for Call of Duty's battle royale. In recent weeks, Infinity Ward and Raven Software have teased plenty of new content arriving to the battle royale and many are looking forward to dropping into the action once again.

Season Three is the first update kicking off the second half of the Modern Warfare 2 cycle and while new content is always an exciting prospect, the community hopes Infinity Ward and Raven Software can address several issues to create the polished and fast-paced experience Call of Duty is known for.

Before we take a closer look at what Warzone 2 Season Three has in store, check out our guides showcasing the current meta and all there is to know about the next double XP event.

Warzone 2 Season 3 countdown

With only a few hours before the new season kicks off, check out our handy countdown timer so you know when you can drop into the action at the earliest possible moment.

Warzone 2 Season 3

When does Warzone 2 Season Three start?

It turns out the Battle Pass timer was accurate after all. Infinity Ward has revealed Season Three for Call of Duty's battle royale commences on April 12.

If any delay takes place, we'll update the guide with all there is to know.

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Warzone 2 Season Three trailer

After weeks of speculation, the first trailer for Season Three has dropped. There's plenty of content to look forward to.

Warzone 2 Season Three news

Intel on what Season Three has in store is slowly emerging. The latest information from Infinity Ward and Raven Software involves the two new Operators joining the battle royale.

This time around, Alejandro and Valeria from the Modern Warfare 2 campaign make their way to Al Mazrah. It's unclear how their presence ties in with the current storyline but we're bound to find out sooner rather than later.

There's a high chance one of the two Operators will feature in the Season Three Battle Pass.

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What we want to see in Warzone 2 Season Three

Major meta changes

The first thing we want to see in Season Three is more drastic weapon balancing. The Fennec 45 and the RPK continue to remain viable options despite receiving hefty nerfs in previous seasonal updates. It's about time that Warzone 2 contains some kind of variety before the game turns completely stale.

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Anti-cheat adjustments

The number of hackers using software to gain an unfair advantage continues to rise and it's hugely frustrating if you're looking to play a game where everyone's on a level playing field.

Ricochet hasn't released any form of communication since October 2022 which is before the launch of Warzone 2. Major intervention is required in order to stop the cheating issue from spiralling even further out of control and Season Three acts as the perfect opportunity to swing the ban hammer and update the anti-cheat so it blocks hackers once again.

There you have it, that's all we know about Warzone 2 Season Three so far. While we wait for more intel, make sure you check out our guides showcasing the best SMG and all there is to know about the heavily-rumoured ranked mode.

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