What is the release date for Warzone 2 Season 3?
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Season 2 in Call of Duty: Warzone 2 has been a rollercoaster for much of the player base. The beginning of the season introduced some new content to the battle royale, but did not fix many of the changes that players had been asking for. Then, the Season 2 Reloaded update came along and aimed to resolve those problems.

At different points during Season 2, Warzone 2 players have both enjoyed and despised the game, with the latter being the current sentiment. Warzone 2 is seeing record-low numbers on Steam at the tail end of Season 2, meaning the Season 3 update cannot come soon enough for both the developers and the community.

However, players aren’t too sure when the Season 3 update’s release date is in Warzone 2. While Activision has not officially confirmed anything at this point, we do have a solid indication as to when the new season will arrive. This, of course, is barring any delays in the release date.

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Warzone 2 Season 3 release date

As of right now, the Battle Pass timer in Season 2 is counting down to April 12, which is presumably when the season will end. This means that players can expect Season 3 of Warzone 2 to arrive sometime around April 13-14. That date has not been confirmed by Activision in any marketing or promotional material, but we should start to hear about Season 3 within the coming days.

In regard to the content for Warzone 2 Season 3, it’s anyone’s guess at this point. It can be assumed that a new Operator and two new weapons will arrive with the Season 3 Battle Pass, but beyond that, we aren’t too sure. Very few leaks surrounding Season 3 specifically have come out, leaving the player base in the dark.

Given the fact that April 12 is quickly approaching, we should hear more information for Season 3 within the next week or so.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.