With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on the market and Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 around the corner, there’s very little room left for Vanguard e Warzone Pacificthe support of which will inevitably be loosened.
The current Season 5 of Call of Duty Vanguard and Warzone Pacific, which runs until November 16, will represent the last in the history of the two games, which will officially enter the Posteseason. Basic support will continue, but the arrival of new content will clearly be stopped. What exactly will change?
Starting November 16th, your Season Level will become persistent and its limit will be raised to 2,500, allowing you to earn all 23 Prestige Levels. All Season Challenges will be made freely available and can be completed at any time. This also means that in the future no new Battle Passes will be launched and all Tier Skips will expire. The weapons made available in the Battle Pass (EX1 and RA 225), however, will remain available for unlocking through in-game challenges.
EX-1 (Assault Rifle)
In Multiplayer: Get 15 kills without aiming (hipfire) on the go In Zombies: Get 100 kills with Assault Rifles
RA 225 (SMG)
In Multiplayer: 15 headshot kills In Zombies: Use SMGs to take out 10 Sturmkreigers
Modern Warfare, Cold War and Warzone (the now older generation of COD) will continue to be in sync with Vanguard, so the Season Level will persist across all four games.
Call of Duty Vanguard and Cold War Ranked Multiplayer will be disabled to leave the field open to the Ranked Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, coming in 2023. You have until 19:00 on November 23 to get the rewards of the mode.