As the month of July comes to a close, Season 5 of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone approaches, with Season 4 coming to a close. Before the new Season begins, consider this checklist to be sure you've made the most of Season 4 and aren't missing out on any loot or exclusive bonuses.
Season 4 began on Wednesday, June 10th, introducing a new Battle Pass, Officer Challenges, Weekly Challenges, Maps, Weapons, and more to both Modern Warfare and Warzone.
As is the case with every Season, a new Battle Pass was introduced in Season 4 which included over 100 tiers of loot. Of the 100 Tiers, 24 of which were available for free, the others require the paid Battle Pass. Even if you're not a fan of the cosmetic items, the Season 4 Battle Pass introduced the Fennec Submachine Gun and CR-56 AMAX Assault Rifle.
If you do not manage to reach the required tiers for the Season 4 Weapons, they will become available via an in-game Challenge once the Season has concluded - just as the RAM-7 and Holger-26 from Season 1 are.
Tip: Upon purchasing the Battle Pass, at any point in the Season, you will be awarded with the loot from the paid tiers up to your current tier.
Season 4 introduced 100 new Officer Challenges to the game, just as the previous Seasons did. This Season is no different, for every 10 Officer Challenges completed, you will earn a Season Emblem. Upon completing all 100 Officer Challenges, you will be rewarded with the S4-10 Animated Emblem.
Once the Season has ended, the respective Officer Challenges are replaced and the Season Emblems are no longer available. If you're a completionist, we highly recommend you start grinding these out now!
Since Season 2 and the release of Warzone, each week introduces a set of Challenges for both Multiplayer and Warzone. These Challenges simply reward XP for completion, so if you haven't yet reached Level 155, these are a great way to do so. We cover each week's Challenges here on COD Tracker and will continue to do exactly that in Season 5!
Season 5 of Modern Warfare and Warzone is expected to begin on Tuesday, August 4th at 11PM PT - find out what time this is in your timezone here. Should this release be delayed, we'll keep you updated.
At the time of writing, an official content roadmap or reveal trailer has yet to be released. However, Infinity Ward has released multiple teasers hinting toward the grand re-opening of the Verdansk Stadium, as well as an introduction to the all-new Shadow Company faction.
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