A NEW Call of Duty Warzone season is right around the corner, bringing plenty of new content for fans to get stuck into.
But when is Season Four out, and how big will the update be? Here’s everything you need to know.
1) When will Call of Duty Warzone Season 4 be released?
We’ve had no official word from Call of Duty publisher Activision, but Season Four of Warzone is rumoured to be out around June 16.
The Season Three Battle Pass, which allows players to unlock content each season, ends on June 15.
Usually, there’s a bit of a delay between the end of one season and the beginning of another.
New seasons normally drop around 12am ET (5am BST) on the day of release.
2) What are the latest leaks and rumours for Season 4?
Nothing has been confirmed about the new season yet, so we’re relying on leaks and other titbits of information for now.
Having recently released Rambo and John McClane-themed updates, there’s a good chance that Warzone will continue its 80s hero action trend.
We could see the addition of the Terminator or RoboCop, for instance.
One thing we do know for sure is that developers are working on balancing some of the game’s weapons.
“We fully intend on taking a closer look at some of the Modern Warfare weapons that have been struggling,” reads the patch notes.
Specifically, developer will be looking at some of the weapons ported over from Modern Warfare.
3) How big will the Call of Duty update be?
We don’t know how big the Season Four update will be, but based on previous releases, it’s safe to assume it’ll be a biggun.
Developer Raven Software adds a lot of new content with each season, including a reworked map, so it’s little surprise the file sizes are hefty.
Warzone Season Three, for instance, clocked in at 14.6 GB on the PS4 and PS5, and 15.2 GB on the Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
But that was nothing compared to Season Two, which used up a whopping 52GB of hard drive space on PlayStation, and 57.8GB on Xbox.
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