Call Of Duty: Vanguard And Warzone Pacific Season 1 Details Leak

A Call of Duty Season 1 leak reveals new operators and weapons potentially arriving in Vanguard and Warzone Pacific.

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Call of Duty Season 1 for Vanguard and Warzone Pacific has recently been postponed to December 8, but some of the upcoming weapons and operator skins have apparently leaked from promotional art in PlayStation's database.

Just like Modern Warfare and Black Ops Cold War's post-launch content, Call of Duty: Vanguard is set to bring new weapons, operator skins, a new battle pass, and more with seasonal updates. Vanguard's Season 1 is highly-anticipated for Warzone, as this first update will bring the brand-new Caldera map and the Ricochet anti-cheat system.

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According to Twitter account SizePlayStation, Sony's database reveals that the Vanguard Season 1 update has now been added, and the account claims the update size is 40.7 GB on PlayStation 4. From the image shared in the tweet, we can see three new operators and their weapons on an island setting that fits the previously revealed promo images of Warzone Pacific's Caldera map.

Other leakers are suggesting two of the weapons in the image are the Welgun and M1944 Hyde Carbine submachine guns, but it's possible these are cosmetic variants of other weapons or some already existing in Vanguard. Leaks should always be taken with a grain of salt, and confirmed content details will likely arrive with an official roadmap closer to the Season 1 start time.

In other Call of Duty news, Warzone players can experience the Operation: Flashback limited-time event, which brings back features from previous seasons of Modern Warfare and Black Ops Cold War. This is the first of three events to give Verdansk a final farewell before the new Caldera map arrives.

Call of Duty content continues as Activision Blizzard faces lawsuits and other investigations related to sexual harassment and discrimination against women. A Wall Street Journal report claims that Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick knew of sexual misconduct at the company, including instances of sexual assault and rape. Most recently, Bobby Kotick says he will consider stepping down from Activision Blizzard if issues aren't fixed with speed.

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