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Season 4 of Call of Duty: Warzone and Vanguard is rapidly approaching. The new installment will release later this week on June 22 and see an influx of content for both titles. Although, Vanguard players wished they had a little more content to look forward to in Season 4. Nevertheless, there will also be some content saved for the future. Activision announces this content as coming “In-Season,” meaning it will likely arrive during the mid-season Reloaded update. One item that’s currently slated to release during Season 4 Reloaded for Warzone and Vanguard is the Vargo-S assault rifle.
The Vargo-S is a replica of the Vargo 52 from Black Ops Cold War. It’s unclear why Activision chose to essentially re-release this weapon in Warzone and Vanguard but it’s slated to arrive later in Season 4. Still, fans are asking how they can unlock this weapon once it does arrive in both titles. Below, players can see exactly how they can unlock the Vargo-S in Warzone and Vanguard Season 4.
Unlocking the Vargo-S in Warzone and Vanguard
As with any new weapon that comes during the Reloaded update, the Vargo-S will be unlockable in two different ways. The first way is through completing an in-game challenge associated with the weapon. This challenge is viewable on the weapon’s screen in the Loadout menu but only after it officially launches. The challenge usually requires players to complete a specific task in 15 different matches. This is traditionally easier in Vanguard but it can be done in Warzone as well. Once players complete the challenge, the Vargo-S will be usable across either game.
The alternative way to unlock the AR is by buying its bundle in the in-game Shop. The bundle will arrive at the same time as the challenge does but it will not be free. Players who choose this route will have to pay some money but they’ll gain immediate access to the gun in both Warzone and Vanguard.
There’s no current date for the Season 4 Reloaded update but fans can expect it to arrive around a month and a half from now.
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.