Warzone Season 4 start time, trailers, roadmap, and more

Warzone Sason 4 Start Time: An image of butcher sat surrounded by gold bars

Call of Duty Warzone players might be looking forward to the Warzone 2 release date, but Raven Software’s free-to-play battle royale isn’t done just yet. The Warzone Season 4 release date is fast-approaching and there’s a lot for players to look forward to when it comes to new content – we’re getting more guns, more operators, and (most importantly) another map. If you’re looking forward to this, you might want to know when the Warzone Season 4 start time is.

If you do want to know when the next update is scheduled for, we have you covered. Following the reveal of the Call of Duty Warzone Season 4 roadmap, which you can check out below, Raven Software has confirmed that the Warzone Season 4 start time is 09:00 PST / 12:00 EST / 16:00 GMT on June 22. The update will be available when the season itself starts, but Vanguard players can download this 24 hours prior.

Anyway, what do we even get with this new update? We know there’s going to be a new Warzone map, named Fortune’s Keep, but what else is on the way?

Well, as you can see from the content roadmap below, we’re getting quite a lot of stuff. There’s going to be a new Black Market Run contract, tasking players with crossing the map for a Buy Station that offers items not in the loot pool, and there’s going to be Cash Extraction in Resurgence Battle Royale – for some reason.

Warzone Season 4 Start Time roadmap: an image of the Warzone Season 4 roadmap with Butcher sat in the middle

On top of this, Caldera is getting over a dozen POI changes and a new POI altogether – Storage Town. Raven Software is going to introduce Armored SUV vehicles in a mid-season update and players can switch out the best Warzone guns in their create-a-class for a total of four new weapons throughout the season.

Oh, and if you’re worried about that, don’t be. Warzone is getting an EMP Grenade loot item, too – because realism is clearly out of the window completely now. If you want to know all the details, you can check out the Call of Duty Blog here. If you don’t, then fair enough – but we’d advise you to prep your hard drive for a hefty update (as always).