It was earlier this month that the delayed Season 4 for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and the respected Warzone portion of the first-person shooter would receive its next influx of updated content for title. Including the addition of Captain Price as a playable Operator, users can also take on 50v50 ‘Warzone Rumble’ and return to the classic Modern Warfare 2 map, Scrapyard as well.
However, while the remainder of content that is currently underway for the game later on this summer, Infinity Ward reveals that a second wave is inbound for Modern Warfare and Warzone adding on to Season 4. Dubbed ‘Reloaded’, there is more still planned to come including a larger twist on Warzone never seen before for the series.
In a tweet teasing to the official announcement for Season 4 Reloaded, Infinity Ward in a GIF disclosed that “200” is underway. For what exactly? For Modern Warfare’s Warzone. That including both Battle Royale and Plunder for the game mode. However, it will lonely be around for a “limited time”, the announcement reads.
Aside from the biggest announcement of the bunch, Infinity Ward also told that there are other smaller additions to the game as well. That includes the Spotter Scope: unlike a standard scope on a rifle, players can use this new equipment to mark enemies on the terrain without giving their location. Of course, other promised additions such as Cheshire Park and Team Defender are also underway as well.
One reassuring detail from the new announcement is that this update will not cost players a drastic amount of hard drive space in contrast to the initial debut for Season 4. Instead, this update will only take about 30 GB at most for Warzone users: Modern Warfare owners should expect around the same with an addition 3.5 GB update for the base multiplayer as well.
What has you most excited for Season 4 Reloaded?
Season 4 Reloaded kicks off on June 30, 2020; Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.