Most Wanted contracts are likely to return on Call of Duty: Warzone in Season 4

Ali Ahmed Akib
By Ali Ahmed Akib
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A new daily challenge bug is strongly hinting Most Wanted contracts are returning to Call of Duty: Warzone in season 4.

When Infinity Ward first introduced the Most Wanted contract back on April 30, it received some mixed arguments from the community. When a team picked up one, a red-crowned icon would reveal their location on the map. The main objective was to survive for five minutes and after successfully completing, the squad was rewarded with some decent in-game cash.

But unfortunately, it received backlash from the Warzone community, some said it was a great idea as it brings some aggressiveness into the game where others just simply didn’t wanna pick it up due to high risk.

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Out of blue just after one day of its release, Infinity Ward completely removed the Most Wanted contract from the game. This also leads to many complaints as some of the players were very unhappy with its removal.

Today, on the Call of Duty: Warzone subreddit, many players have reported that they are again encountering the Most Wanted contracts in their daily challenge. There is a high chance players are seeing the Most Wanted contracts are because of some bug which was intended to show the contracts on Season 4 but the bug is leading to showing it now. There is also a chance that Infinity Ward is likely to give surprise everyone with Most Wanted contracts return on season 3. Or, it could also be an early sneak peek for the players.

The highly anticipated Season 4 was about to launch on June 3, but due to the ongoing protests in the United States, Infinity Ward has announced delaying the Season 4 until further notice.

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