Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3 update adds new Gulag, location, Contract, and more

Call of Duty: Warzone’s third season, Classified Arms, is now available on all platforms.

This latest update brings back the Iron Trials mode, but this time on Caldera. In this mode, there are no free loadout drops, base health is increased, health regeneration amount is reduced, the prices on Buy Stations are increased, and sniper rifles can only down a target in one shot up to 90 meters.

In addition to bringing back Iron Trials, developer Raven Software has introduced a new Gulag called Hold set in the belly of a ship, a new Dig site location, and a new type of Contract called Sabotage. After picking up this Contract, players will have to destroy a target vehicle somewhere on the map to get an Armored Truck Deployment via plane.

Raven also mentioned that it will be bringing High Value Loot Zones to the game during the season. These zones will appear on the map with a “$” sign and “provide the best looting opportunities.”

“With Season One, we introduced Public Events, like Cash Drops, during Infil to draw Players towards new loot locations. We have been happy with the results of these ‘honeypot’ opportunities but we want to take it a step further. Starting with Operation Monarch, we will be introducing “High Value Loot Zones” to provide new, fruitful opportunities for Players willing to take the risk,” the developer explained.

Take a look at the full Season 3 patch notes here.

You may also like