The Modern Warfare 3 Season 2 Reloaded update is the next big update coming to the game, bringing even more content to the game. Here’s everything we know about it at the moment.
Season 2 of Modern Warfare 3 is in full swing, as players race to level up new weapons, the BP50 and RAM-9, and learn new maps like Stash House.
But the next update is never far away and the developers are ready to redouble their efforts in the Season 2 Reloaded update.
Although we still have some time ahead of us, some details have already been revealed about what to expect.
Here is everything we know about MW3 Season 2 Reloaded Update.
- MW3 Season 2 Update Reloaded Release Date
- Das Haus returns in MW3 Season 2 Update Reloaded
- New weapons from MW3 Season 2 Update Reloaded
- New MW3 Season 2 Update Reloaded game modes
MW3 Season 2 Update Reloaded Release Date
The Modern Warfare 3 Season 2 Reloaded update release date is scheduled for Wednesday, March 6, 2024. This date is based on a new Sector of the Season 2 Battle Pass that unlocks at that time.
Of course, it’s possible that the developers decide to roll out this update sooner, or even delay it if they still need more time.
Das Haus returns in MW3 Season 2 Update Reloaded
Activision has revealed that Das Haus will make its return in the mid-season update. Fans certainly remember this small, compact map from Vanguard that quickly became one of the most popular battlegrounds in the game.
However, it won’t look exactly like it did in 2021, as it’s been restyled to fit a new setting.
New weapons from MW3 Season 2 Update Reloaded
The mid-season update will also bring two completely new weapons, the SOA Subverter battle rifle and the Soulrender.
Fans will be able to obtain the former through a set of Weekly Challenges, while the latter, which is MW3’s first new melee weapon, is expected to occupy the Battle Pass Sector which is currently locked.
New MW3 Season 2 Update Reloaded game modes
The Season 2 Reloaded update will introduce two new game modes: Bounty and Juggermosh.
Bounty is a variation of the popular Team Deathmatch mode, where “the player with the most kills from each team will be marked as a High Value Target (CHV). The CHV alternates between teams over a time interval and additional points are awarded when the CHV is downed.”
Meanwhile, Juggermosh puts players in armored suits, as they battle it out in Confirmed Elimination, Domination, and Strategic Point. The twist to this mode is that there is a one-shot weapon in the center of each map, and all players can replenish their armor by inspecting defeated enemies.
And that’s everything we know so far about the Modern Warfare 3 Season 2 Reloaded update.