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Yesterday, Activision revealed all of the content that fans can expect to see in Call of Duty: Warzone and Vanguard Season 5. This will be the last seasonal update for the Vanguard life cycle, so players should unlock everything while they have the chance. One of the highlights from the upcoming content drop is the three weapons coming at or near launch on Aug. 24. The main two weapons are the EX1 and RA 225, an assault rifle and a submachine gun, respectively. However, there’s also the Valois Revolver, which looks like an intriguing weapon in Warzone and Vanguard.
The Valois Revolver is unlike the EX1 and RA 225 in that it’s not coming on Season 5’s launch date. Activision has specified that the weapon will be arriving during the “launch window,” which usually means around one week after the seasonal update has dropped. As such, the Valois will not be unlockable on the Season 5 Battle Pass. Instead, players can either complete a challenge or spend some money to unlock the pistol in Season 5.
Here’s exactly how you can unlock the Valois Revolver in Warzone and Vanguard Season 5.
Unlocking the Valois Revolver in Warzone and Vanguard
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The first and free way of unlocking the Valois is by completing a challenge in either Warzone, Vanguard, or Zombies. The challenges for each are viewable below.
- Warzone/Vanguard: Get 15 melee kills
- Zombies: Get 1,000 eliminations using pistols that have been Pack-A-Punched
If players want to immediately unlock the Valois without completing a challenge, they can purchase the weapon in a store bundle. This bundle will go live in the Warzone and Vanguard stores whenever the Valois Revolver gets released. It’s unclear what the price of the bundle will be, but players should expect to spend at least 1,200 COD Points.
With Season 5 releasing on Aug. 24, fans can expect to see the Valois Revolver in-game by the end of the month.
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.