New Bosses DMZ Season 3

If you want to know more about the new bosses in DMZ Season 3 in Call of Duty Warzone 2, we’re happy to oblige. In this guide, we are going to share all the info we have on the bosses and mini-bosses that you’ll be facing out there. So, without further ado, let’s begin!

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New Bosses DMZ Season 3

DMZ Season 3 New Bosses

The new bosses promised in DMZ Season 3 in Call of Duty Warzone 2 have yet to appear. At time of writing, there is exactly no information about them. We’ll be sure to update the guide (and probably write new ones) as the developers roll these powerful enemies out. Now, that’s not to say that you have no strong opponents to test your mettle against. While you wait for the full bosses to release, you can try the Scavenger mini-boss. We’ve written more about him in our Scavenger Calling Card Mission guide, but it bears repeating here. You can find him either in the dunes of Al Mazrah or the shores of Ashika Island. He always moves around, but trust us, you’ll know him when you see him.

The Scavenger, who is probably kind of an introduction to the DMZ season 3 new bosses, leaves traces behind. When you come near the spawn point, the game will tell you that “multiple operators have gone missing in your area” and give you new marks on the map. As you follow them, you’ll find fallen operators with the Scavenger’s calling card in place of their dog tags. Eventually, you’ll come across the mini-boss. He’s tough and armored up, so try to go for his head as much as you can. If you manage to take him down, the rewards you receive will be substantial. And if this is just a mini-boss, then the full bosses will be… intimidating, to say the least.

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