Operation Monarch is coming to an end and the Call of Duty Warzone faithful will be pleased to know that the next title update from Raven Software is shaping up to be a bit more grounded. The mid-season update for this Warzone season is almost here and if you’re wondering when the Warzone Season 3 Reloaded release time is, we have you covered.
Raven Software has confirmed all the details – and it’s looking strikingly similar to the previous season’s update timings. So, with that in mind, the Warzone Season 3 Reloaded release time is 09:00 PST / 12:00 EST / 16:00 GMT on May 25. This is the same time that Season 2 Reloaded released – so, it’s clear that the developer isn’t going to change its release schedules anytime soon.
But, what can you expect to see in Caldera and Rebirth Island following the release of the Warzone Season 3 Reloaded update? Well, there’s actually quite a bit of content coming between now and Season 4. For starters, Caldera is getting its own underground transit system.
The new Mine Cart Underground Transit System is going to feature 14 ‘stops’ for players to travel between – seven of these are hidden inside Nebula V bunkers and seven of them are located inside small hatches. Unlike the Verdansk Metro, this system is going to give players a bit more freedom regarding where they travel as several ‘stops’ have more than one outgoing Mine Cart.
In addition to this, the controversial Vanguard multiplayer perk Serpentine is being introduced to Raven Software’s battle royale. This perk is going to reduce incoming damage from bullets, explosives, and fire by 20% while a player is sprinting. We don’t know how it’s going to impact the current Warzone meta – but we know it’s going to cause a few people some problems.
That’s not all, though – there are a few other features being introduced to Warzone in the Season 3 Reloaded update. Gulag Tokens, a pick-up that gives players another shot at the Gulag, are being added to Supply Boxes alongside Redeploy Extraction tokens – something that negates the need for the Gulag altogether for the player holding one. The Radar Jammer field upgrade and a Speed Boost pick-up will also be added to the loot pool following the update.
Well, that’s all there is to know about the next update’s release time right now – we will make sure this guide is updated should anything change. If you’re getting prepared to jump back into the warzone after Operation Monarch, you can check out our guide to the best Warzone weapons right here.