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The Season 6 Battle Pass for Call of Duty: War Zone has been expanded with Call of Duty: The Vanguard‘s Stg 44 and M1 Garand, which players can earn for free ahead of the game’s official launch on November 5. Sledgehammer Games ” Call of Duty will have full integration with Raven Software’s free battle royale when it launches, as will both Modern war and Black Ops Cold War have had integrations with War zone. The developers have confirmed many aspects of this future integration, including a massive new battle royale map that will replace Verdansk, as well as additional maps, modes, and events after launch. Avant-gardethe link with War zone would be stronger than in the past Call of Duty iterations, and the two will also share a new PC anti-cheat system developed by Raven Software.
Last week, the StG 44 and M1 Garand stumbled across Warzone, presumably by accident, following the Season Six update. The error was quickly corrected and the weapons were removed from the battle royale. The American M1 Garand and the German StG 44 were visible in the War zone Armorer, although weapons cannot be equipped with loadouts. A YouTuber, however, said he was able to outfit and use the Avant-garde weapons that briefly appeared in War zone, although he was unable to inspect the guns. Now these guns have officially fallen War zone and are unlockable immediately from the Battle Pass.
According to Call of Duty, 24 new Battle Pass levels have been added to War zone and Black Ops Cold War, bringing Avant-garde weapons and items that players can use immediately prior to the official launch of the game. All items can be earned for free by playing War zone and Black Ops Cold War, including the StG 44 and the M1 Garand. While Battle Pass levels can be earned in either game, the Avant-garde weapons can only be equipped during battle royale. The developers have also confirmed that the gunsmith will not be available for both base weapons, as well as weapon accessories and camos starting October 12. However, the features will be activated when Avant-garde spear.
Following this launch, War zoneThe Season Six update offers the option to upgrade the StG 44 and M1 Garand before November 5, as all weapon XP will be tracked and transferred to Avant-garde when it falls. These levels will also be integrated into War zone when the official integration takes place later this year. Until then, however, neither weapon blueprints nor base weapons can be changed. The free Battle Pass levels also include a plethora of others Avant-garde-Inspired rewards, including two weapon blueprints for the StG 44 and M1 Garand, plus XP tokens, business cards, emblems, sprays, weapon charms, and stickers. The final level of the Battle Pass, level 98, unlocks the “Clocked In” watch wrist accessory.
Developers Raven Software and Sledgehammer Games have teamed up to bring Avant-garde contained in War zone early. Players now have a head start on leveling the StG 44 and M1 Garand, and can start incorporating these weapons into War zone‘s meta ahead of Avant-gardeofficial launch of. It is not yet clear how the 100 battle royale weapons meta will change with the inclusion of WWII era weapons, although players now get a preview of two of these weapons.
Source: Call of Duty