Season 4 for Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone have arrived, introducing several updates to these games. Alongside these updates will be multiple cosmetics and weapons for you to earn throughout the event. The new season will also introduce a battle pass for you to purchase, but it is not required. Here’s what you need to know about if the Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Season 4 Battle Pass is worth it or if you should pass on it.
Should you get the Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Season 4 Battle Pass?
The Battle Pass is worth 1,000 CP, equating to roughly $10.00 (USD) in the Call of Duty store. When you initially purchase it, you receive the Finalizer skin for Butcher Carver and Vampiric Skin for Daniel, along with a Double Weapon XP token, Vanguard Season 4 XP Boost, and Solar Array Blueprint for the Assault Rifle Foxtrot, which is the M13. This is at the beginning, and then you will have access to the premium content for the rest of Vanguard and Warzone’s Season 4, so long as you can unlock it and progress through the track.
Call of Duty fans who regularly play this game have multiple calling cards, emblems, skins, COD points for you to purchase, Double Weapon XP tokens to earn, and exclusive weapon blueprints for you to unlock. We would see this as a worthwhile purchase for returning players, especially if you completed the Season 3 Battle Pass, which provides you with enough COD points to purchase any future Battle Pass.
However, for fans who casually play Vanguard or Warzone, you may want not to grab it. Many of the perks in this Battle Pass are lukewarm. Many of these benefits are ideal for players eager to work their way through the entire season.
The choice is entirely up to you. The Battle Pass for Season 4 is not required to access any content in the Vanguard or Warzone multiplayer gameplay. Free weapons are available in the Battle Pass, and buying the premium version will get you there faster, but not buying the Battle Pass will not prevent you from receiving them.