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Activision revealed the key art and part of the storyline for Call of Duty: Warzone Season 6 Tuesday. There was an official cinematic trailer that showcased the characters of the story and the supposed plotline. While players were enamored with this part of the trailer, the developers also slipped in some of the other content in Season 6, including the weapons coming to Warzone.
While the weapon’s names weren’t revealed, their models were seen in various character’s hands. From here, keen-eyed Call of Duty fans were able to figure out exactly what weapons the trailer showcased. While nothing is official until Activision reveals the Warzone Season 6 roadmap, fans can see what weapons are expected to arrive in October.
The anticipated Warzone Season 6 weapons
In the cinematic trailer, fans can see the supposed Season 6 weapons at around the 2:13 mark of the video. In the shot, Mason, Adler and another two characters are seen holding three separate weapons. Fans were able to figure out what weapons these are and their assertions are backed up by trusted data-miners.
Below, fans can see the expected Season 6 weapons, according to the community.
- Galil (Assault Rifle): One of the most classic weapons in the franchise is clearly seen in Mason’s hands in the video. The Galil is currently represented in Warzone by the CR-56 AMAX but the Galil is an older model.
- Lever Action (Marksman Rifle): At this point, it’s difficult to clarify what the Lever Action will be classified as in Warzone. Adler is holding the weapon in the trailer.
- LAPA SM-03 (Submachine Gun): After much debate, the weapon in the left-side character’s hands is the LAPA SM-03 SMG. This is a close-range SMG that somewhat resembles the Uzi.
As these weapons aren’t confirmed, fans can’t say for certain when these weapons will arrive. While Season 6 seems confirmed, Activision could wait to release one or two of the weapons until a later update. Although if an update does come, it won’t be too close to November, as Vanguard releases on Nov. 5.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.