CoD: Warzone And MW2 Season 6 Release Date And Details

The highly anticipated final season of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is on the horizon. Get ready for the sixth season with all the exciting updates and potential leaks for both Warzone and Modern Warfare 2.

Call of Duty Season 6 commencement times

Based on the remaining days in the battle pass, Season 6 is expected to launch on or around September 27. These seasonal updates typically go live at approximately 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET / 5 PM BST.

What to anticipate in Season 6

A fresh season of Call of Duty usually brings a new 100-tier battle pass to progress through, featuring at least one operator and two DLC weapons.

Most seasons also introduce special events where players can earn exclusive cosmetics and rewards. Although not officially confirmed, Season 6 is likely to include a Halloween-themed event, similar to previous years. Data miners have already uncovered hints of a Halloween-themed “The Haunting” event planned for Season 6, with leaks suggesting that the event will feature Diablo-inspired operators for Lilith and Butcher.

Other leaked operator bundles for Season 6 may potentially include Spawn, Skeletor from the Masters of the Universe franchise, Ash Williams from the Evil Dead, Alucard from Hellsing, and a classic Captain Price based on the character from Call of Duty 2.

While Activision has not revealed or leaked the Season 6 DLC weapons, previous seasons have introduced various submachine guns, pistols, assault rifles, and melee weapons. Hopefully, Season 6 will expand Modern Warfare 2’s arsenal with a new light machine gun.

There are no specific leaks or details about multiplayer or Warzone at the moment. However, Call of Duty’s major seasonal updates typically bring new maps, game modes, weapon balancing, and bug fixes across all modes.

For those still aiming to unlock Season 5 weapons, check out our comprehensive unlock guide for acquiring the pickaxe, 9mm Daemon pistol, and the Lachmann Shroud submachine gun.

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