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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 Season 03 Reloaded

Everything you need to know about Season 03 Reloaded in Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0

Tap into your inner competitor as Season 03 for Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® II and Call of Duty®: Warzone™ 2.0 delivers new Multiplayer Maps, the launch of Massive Resurgence, the return of Plunder and Gunfight, and the debut of familiar rivals at season launch. Then prepare for Warzone Ranked Play and more coming later this Season.



Pelayo’s Lighthouse (Core Map, Launch)

As rain pounds the cliffs of this small, craggy island, a lighthouse offers guidance to passing ships in the night. Even so, nearby shipwrecks tell of the immense danger that comes with navigating the rocky seas.


Black Gold (Core Map, Launch)

Based on the Rohan Oil section of Al Mazrah, this Core Map will be the first iteration of night operations in Modern Warfare II. Operators will have to use their night vision goggles, equip thermal optics, or use the available light sources to their advantage to secure victory in this critical strategic location.


Rohan Oil (Battle Map, Launch)

An expansion of the Core Map, Rohan Oil widens the combat arena across this Warzone 2.0 point of interest and shifts into daytime, allowing for plenty of air and land vehicles to barrel past refinery silos toward objectives.


Sattiq Cave Complex (Battle Map, Launch)

South of Rohan Oil, the Sattiq Cave Complex provides an interesting mix of verticality, small building skirmishes, and interior combat via its intricate cave network. Note the downed plane and the area surrounding it; this may be familiar to veterans of the franchise.


Alboran Hatchery (Core Map, In Season)

Navigate in and around the hatchery’s storage and warehouse facilities in this medium-sized map, utilizing large cover objects to conduct stealth operations around the map, or climb to upper vantage points for a view of the surrounding area.


New Multiplayer Ranked Play Rewards

Ranked Play grinders and Call of Duty League™ hopefuls will have all-new rewards to earn at the start of Season 03. Here is a breakdown of the new Season 03 Ranked Play match win rewards:

  • Win 5 Ranked Matches: Season 03 Competitor Sticker
  • Win 10 Ranked Matches: Pro Issue TAQ-56 Weapon Blueprint
  • Win 25 Ranked Matches: “Top Dog” Weapon Charm
  • Win 50 Ranked Matches: “Tippable” Weapon Vinyl
  • Win 75 Ranked Matches: Ranked Play Season 03 Loading Screen
  • Win 100 Ranked Matches: Season 03 Ranked Play Veteran Camo

Players also have the chance to earn higher Skill Division Operator Skins and cosmetics for having a season-high placement within the Gold Division or above, with special rewards for the Top 250 and No. 1 player in the world at the end of the season. That means if you did not get a chance to earn the Crimson Ranked Play Operator Skin set, now is your chance to get those hoodies!

And remember: Ranked Play rewards are earned based on whatever your best rank was, so don’t worry if you got hard carried to Crimson only to fall back to your rightful place in Gold. . . .

Also, expect all Season 02 Ranked Play rewards to be available at the start of Season 03.

Learn about Ranked Play and its rewards, the ranking system, and more.


Along with fan-favorite Playlists and rotations that feature Season 03’s new maps, you can expect some returning modes to be in the weekly Playlist rotation updates:


Gunfight (Launch)

A contemporary classic from Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® (2019) and the precursor to Call of Duty®: Warzone™ Gulag confrontations, Gunfight is the four-player, duo-against-duo game mode where random Loadouts and small cage-match-style maps dictate tactical and fast-paced combat.

Each round, two duos spawn on either side of a map with the same random Loadout. A duo wins a round when they reduce the opposing duo’s health to zero or, if this is not done before the round timer expires, the first duo who captures an Overtime flag at the center of the map wins. Ties can occur if duos have the same health and the Overtime flag is not captured at the end of a round’s overtime period, at which point both duos will be awarded a “round win” for scoring purposes. The first duo to win six rounds wins the match.


Cranked (Launch)

First seen in Call of Duty®: Ghosts and most recently as part of Modern Warfare® (2019) and Call of Duty®: Black Ops Cold War, Cranked takes Team Deathmatch and amps up the intensity by putting a countdown on any Operator who earns an elimination. If they cannot earn another elimination before the timer hits zero, they meet an untimely explosive death.

Because you will feel the pressure of going on elimination streaks, your Operator is likely to gain the effects of the Fast Hands and the Double Time Perks while Cranked. Furthermore, Cranked eliminations count for more — in a standard game to 150 points, the first elimination in each life will award 1 point, and eliminations earned while Cranked will award 2 points each.


Faceoff (In-Season)

There will also be the return of Faceoff, a classic small team mode originally from Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® 3 and more recently brought back in Modern Warfare® (2019) as a 3v3 mode, which will arrive sometime during the mid-season update.


Giant Infected (In Season)

Everything you loved about Infected, now on a larger Battle Map.

Fight with your fellow survivors — if you are not chosen as the initial Infected — to last as long as possible in what should be all-out chaos. It may be easier in this mode to earn a fabled Killstreak, although survivors may need plenty of skill and potentially a bit of luck to unleash the ultimate explosive ending.


From Mexican Special Forces to pure adversaries, Alejandro and Valeria had enough time sitting on the sidelines since the Campaign and are ready to get back into the action. Both Operators are ready to deploy in Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0 online modes with purchase of the Battle Pass. 


Alejandro Vargas

Born and raised in Las Almas, Alejandro spent over a decade as a high-ranking member of Los Fuerzeas Especiales, the Tier 1 Mexican Army Special Mission counterterror unit. His unit, Los Vaqueros, is the only unit in the country authorized to work alongside international Special Operations Forces, including those at the CIA headed by station chief Kate Laswell.

Through the Modern Warfare II Campaign, you will learn just how much Alejandro is dedicated to protecting the innocent and his commitment to taking down those who turn against their country for ill-gotten gains.


Valeria Garza


A former Mexican Army commando who used to work alongside Alejandro, Valeria defected to enforcing cartels in 2014 and ultimately ascended to power as the leader of the Las Almas Cartel.

Also known as El Sin Nombre, with her true identity unknown to most in the Modern Warfare II universe, Valeria is a ruthless and cunning Operator who is unafraid to get her hands dirty and is always calm under intense pressure. That can be seen throughout the Modern Warfare II Campaign, where after its events and her escape from Task Force 141’s purview, she is careful in plotting her next move.




Fans of the fast-paced Resurgence mode will have a new version of Resurgence to look forward to, in addition to Ashika Island remaining as a game mode option.

This new version, called Massive Resurgence, is a Resurgence mode on the larger Al Mazrah map. The player count will be increased to fit Al Mazrah, so prepare to take on dozens of duos or other squad sizes, depending on the weekly Playlist offering.



Warzone 2.0 is adding the mode that launched with the original Call of Duty®: Warzone™ just over three years ago: Plunder, set to launch during Season 03.

For those who have yet to experience this fun and frenetic mode, Plunder is a respawn-enabled, squad-against-squad mode where the team with the most Cash wins. Cash can be earned by eliminating players and picking up their valuables, scavenging for Supply Boxes and loose Cash, or completing Contracts and in-game events. Operators can use their Loadouts right from the first drop and will redeploy with a reduced portion of their current Cash if eliminated.

As you gear up for Ranked Play and continue to prove your Battle Royale prowess, focusing on Plunder is an excellent way to practice with your Loadout before hopping into competitive matches. Because most of the core gameplay mechanics, including health and armor, are similar between Plunder and other Warzone 2.0 modes, this mode is a great opportunity to live-fire test some Loadouts or level up new weapons, such as the ones coming this season.


Get your last duels in the first Warzone 2.0 Gulag now, because in Season 03, eliminated Operators will enter a new Gulag in Al Mazrah (if it is not closed due to time during the match). This is known as the Blacksite, which is separate from the Black Site, a super Stronghold that appears in Battle Royale.

A training ground for Operators wanting to return to the warzone, this roughly rectangular, asymmetrical map has several interior spaces and long external routes. This Blacksite Gulag’s current location is [[REDACTED]].

Those who own Modern Warfare II can get some practice on Blacksite and learn its routes by playing Gunfight or hopping into a Private Match.


Adjust your personal meta accordingly: Warzone 2.0 is getting some new features across all its Battle Royale modes alongside Massive Resurgence and Plunder, which will be further detailed in our Tactical Overview blog coming before the season’s launch.


Redeploy Drones in Al Mazrah (Launch)

Flying over from Ashika Island, the Redeploy Drones will provide a fast way to travel around the map, outside of the train and wide selection of air, sea, and land vehicles.

These Drones operate like those accessible on Ashika Island, so get used to them by playing some Resurgence or Mini Royale modes before they descend upon Al Mazrah.


Tempered Plate Carriers (Launch)

Another Caldera-first feature, Tempered Plate Carriers change how your Operator handles Armor Plates.

With a Tempered Plate Carrier equipped, your Armor will be two half-bars instead of three thirds, making it easier and more efficient to replate after one (or both) are cracked.


UAV Towers (Launch)

First seen in DMZ, UAV Towers are vital fixed sources that can be activated during a match to give you intel on your enemy’s position. After interacting with a tower’s on-board computer, an Operator and their allies will receive several circular UAV sweeps from the tower’s location out to a few dozen meters.

A quick word of warning to those ready to punch into every tower on the map: Operators will receive an audible notification when a UAV Tower is activated, and the icon for active towers will be visible in red on the Tac Map and overworld.


FJX Imperium (Sniper Rifle — Launch, Battle Pass)

Engineered destruction at its finest, this anti-personnel, bolt-action sniper rifle intervenes in tense situations with hard-hitting .408 rounds.


Cronen Squall (Battle Rifle — Launch, Battle Pass)

A bullpup, semi-automatic rifle chambered in 6.8 Wrath and designed for distance shooting and exceptional damage output.


Additional Armaments (In-Season)

Expect two new sidearms within Season 03 Reloaded, both fully automatic with drastically different roles: a highly customizable machine pistol with a fast rate of fire and a high-caliber pistol modified for full-auto to blast enemies back when they get too close for comfort.

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