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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 3 Battle Pass Rewards

The Modern Warfare Season 3 battle pass rewards are quite extensive, like they have been in the past seasons. But what are the rewards for Season 3 battle pass in Modern Warfare? And when can you earn them?

Modern Warfare Season 3 Battle Pass Rewards | Free tiers

Like most battle passes, there are free rewards that anyone can earn and some only battle pass buyers can earn after purchasing the pass. Anyone can earn two free weapons at tiers 15 and 31: the Renetti handgun and the SKS marksman rifle. Those are a semi-automatic pistol (with an optional three-round burst attachment) and a semi-automatic rifle with a faster fire rate than other rifles in its class, respectively. Of course, you can configure these at the Gunsmith.

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There’s also three Legendary blueprints: one called Cerastes, Beefeater, and Witching Hour. Those are a a handgun, assault rifle, and sniper rifle, respectively. Along with earning 300 COD Points, players can earn all of this over 20 tiers of the battle pass.

Modern Warfare Season 3 Battle Pass Rewards | Paid tiers

Modern Warfare Season 3 Battle Pass Rewards

But of course, you can get more by paying for the premium battle pass for 1,000 COD Points. The first one is a new operator: Alex from the game’s main campaign. Apparently, he didn’t die during the ending of the game (but it looks like he lost a leg). You get him instantly by buying the Season 3 battle pass or battle pass bundle. He’ll be in the Warcom side of the operators but Allegiance fans will hopefully rest assured with Yegor’s new shirtless skin.

This pass will also include vehicle skins for Warzone. These paint jobs activate as soon as you start driving them.

Modern Warfare Season 3 Battle Pass Rewards

When players hit tier 10, they’ll start getting new costumes that are based on different armed forces divisions. These include the U.S. Expeditionary Force at tier 10, the South Korean Special Forces at tier 30, Pararescue gear tier 50, and the Counter Terrorist Special Police Force at some other unspecified tier. You can see them in the above picture.

There will also be an exclusive Finishing Move that involves the dog, Riley, from Call of Duty: Ghosts, Infinity Ward’s 2013 entry in the series. There will also be an unspecified amount of weapon blueprints, charms, stickers, skins, and Finishing Moves throughout the pass. Players can earn up to 1,300 COD Points, XP tokens, and weapon XP tokens as well.

The battle pass bundle (which is 2,400 COD Points) can be bought at any time and lets players unlock up to 100 tiers and yields 20 immediate tier skips. If players buy it later, they’ll get the stuff they would have already earned had they purchased it earlier.

The other operators, Ronin and Iskra, will be in the store and not the battle pass.