Warzone Ranked Play Release Date

Call of Duty Warzone Ranked Play has been officially introduced with the announcement of MW2 & Warzone 2 Season 3. This will be the first time in the history of Call of Duty’s battle royale that players will get a chance to compare their skills against other players worldwide and see how they rank. In this guide, we outline the of Duty Warzone Ranked Play release date.

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Warzone Ranked Play Release Date

When is Warzone Ranked Play Coming Out?

Call of Duty Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2 Season 3 offers significantly more content than lacklustre Season 2, to the delight of both multiplayer and battle royale fans. And while most of this content will be available from the get-go, some will arrive later during the season. And that’s exactly the case with Warzone Ranked Play. WZ2 Ranked will not become available on April 12th, when Season 3 launches. Rather, it will arrive midseason.

“Developed by Treyarch and Raven Software, Call of Duty: Warzone Ranked Play will act as the proving ground and true test for trios wanting to become the best in the world,” reads the official blog post. “Assemble the trio and prepare for the road to the Top 250”. Activision states that more information will become available a couple of weeks from now (the date of writing is April 10th).

While the date is not yet officially confirmed, we expect ranked play to arrive as a part of the MW2 and Warzone 2 Season 3 Reloaded update. As you know, “reloaded” updates are Call of Duty mid-season patches that bring the rest of the season content. Hence, Season 3 Reloaded will most likely bring ranked play. So, when will that be? Usually, reloaded updates launch around a month following the seasonal update. Hence, given that Season 3 launches on April 12th, we expect Season 3 Reloaded to arrive on May 12th, 2023. So there you have it. Warzone Ranked Play most likely launches on May 12th, 2023.

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