Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 start date, delay and battle pass

Source: TechRadar

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 was supposed to begin on June 3, however, publisher Activision briefly delayed the content update due to the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests in America and across the world. 

Now, thanks to a new tweet from Infinity Ward, we know that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 will officially start on June 10th at 11pm PDT or 7am BST. 

That's just a few hours before Sony's PS5 games reveal, though, so don't stay up too late playing and miss it.

When does Call of Duty Season 4 start?

Thanks to a new tweet, we can confirm that the new season drops on June 10th at 11pm PDT or 7am BST. The content for the update was finished a few weeks ago and is now ready to go live. 

What will Call of Duty Season 4 include?

A few days before Season 4’s previous release date of June 3, Call of Duty’s official Twitter account shared a new teaser trailer which appeared to show additional story content for Modern Warfare’s single-player campaign.

Season 4 is also set to introduce new weapons and operators for players to enjoy (most notably series’ stalwart, Captain Price), along with a plethora of unlockable customization items for the game’s popular Warzone mode. We got a glimpse of a potential new multiplayer map, too, and there are various rumors that the Vector SMG will return, which was first seen in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

How much is the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 battle pass?

If previous seasons are anything to go by, the battle pass for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 should cost $9.99 or 1,000 COD Points. The pass tends to offer 100 tiers for players to work through, and it’s filled with new operators, customizations and timed XP boosts to unlock. You can also earn COD Points from the battle pass itself, which means you can essentially re-earn the money you paid for the pass. 

Want to get a head start? There’s usually a battle pass bundle for $19.99 or 2,400 COD Points which lets you skip 20 tiers and unlock some unique skins and items in the process. Honestly, though, it’s easy to make your way through the tiers without much trouble, particularly if you’re a half-decent player. 

The wait for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 might be frustrating for some fans to endure, but it looks like it will be a sizable update that should keep players entertained for many hours to come.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 was supposed to begin on June 3, however, publisher Activision briefly delayed the content update due to the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests in America and across the world. 

Now, thanks to a new tweet from Infinity Ward, we know that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 will officially start on June 10th at 11pm PDT or 7am BST. 

That's just a few hours before Sony's PS5 games reveal, though, so don't stay up too late playing and miss it.

When does Call of Duty Season 4 start?

Thanks to a new tweet, we can confirm that the new season drops on June 10th at 11pm PDT or 7am BST. The content for the update was finished a few weeks ago and is now ready to go live. 

What will Call of Duty Season 4 include?

A few days before Season 4’s previous release date of June 3, Call of Duty’s official Twitter account shared a new teaser trailer which appeared to show additional story content for Modern Warfare’s single-player campaign.

Season 4 is also set to introduce new weapons and operators for players to enjoy (most notably series’ stalwart, Captain Price), along with a plethora of unlockable customization items for the game’s popular Warzone mode. We got a glimpse of a potential new multiplayer map, too, and there are various rumors that the Vector SMG will return, which was first seen in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

How much is the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 battle pass?

If previous seasons are anything to go by, the battle pass for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 should cost $9.99 or 1,000 COD Points. The pass tends to offer 100 tiers for players to work through, and it’s filled with new operators, customizations and timed XP boosts to unlock. You can also earn COD Points from the battle pass itself, which means you can essentially re-earn the money you paid for the pass. 

Want to get a head start? There’s usually a battle pass bundle for $19.99 or 2,400 COD Points which lets you skip 20 tiers and unlock some unique skins and items in the process. Honestly, though, it’s easy to make your way through the tiers without much trouble, particularly if you’re a half-decent player. 

The wait for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 might be frustrating for some fans to endure, but it looks like it will be a sizable update that should keep players entertained for many hours to come.

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