With just days to go until the launch of Season 3 in Call of Duty: Warzone, developers Raven Software have posted a list of changes they’re working on that will be implemented soon.
There’s plenty for players to complain about in Warzone as the battle royale heads into its third season since being integrated with Black Ops Cold War.
In a rare showing of transparency, the developers at Raven Software revealed some of the changes they’re working on for Season 3 in an attempt to quell the community’s frustrations.
Warzone Season 3 ‘early’ patch notes
Here’s the current list of confirmed changes for S3, as revealed by the devs on April 16:
- An “adjustment” to the Roze skin
- A “significant” weapon balancing for the AUG, M16, FFAR 1, and Sykov
- Fix for Modern Warfare weapon perks and the sniper glint glitch
- Change to how you acquire the RC-XD
That’s not all – Raven also mentioned that they’ve got plenty more up their sleeve, including some “big surprises.”
We’ve got a lot more in store, including some big surprises next week, but if you want to keep chatting about anything specific slide into our DMs. 😉
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) April 16, 2021
This information came in response to popular streamer Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop posting a long list of the fixes and changes he thinks Warzone needs right now.
Needless to say, a lot of his suggestions were echoed by the community, especially in regards to the overpowered Roze skin that’s been frustrating players for over a year.
The player-base will also be happy to see that a major weapon balancing update is also on the horizon; weapons like the AUG, M16, and FFAR have been considered overpowered in the game for a while now, and now the recently released Sykov pistol has instantly become part of the meta due to its OP attachments.
When is Warzone Season 3?
All of the changes listed above and everything else Raven have in store will be going live when Warzone Season 3 launches on Wednesday, April 21.
- Read More: How to unlock Sykov pistol in Warzone
While it’s a big positive on the developers’ end to put out this information early, it’s expected that S3 will include a significant amount of major changes and new content, headlined by the release of the leaked 1980-themed Verdansk map, which will take Warzone back to the Cold War era to tie in better with Black Ops Cold War.
As is the case with the start of every new season, the game will also get at least two brand new weapons, so expect there to be A LOT of stuff for you to try out!