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Season 4 of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone is dropping soon and that means new content is about to be deployed. As showcased in the official roadmap for Season 4, several new weapons, maps and Operators are arriving in both Cold War and Warzone this month. In regard to the weapons specifically though, many players are intrigued to try the C58 assault rifle in Warzone.

The C58 appears to be a more old-school weapon than most other ARs previously released. It has a wooden finish and looks like a gun from World War II. It’s described as having “high damage at close range” and “fast bullet velocity and reliable recoil with less ammo capacity.”

Naturally, players want to get their hands on it, along with the new MG 82 as well. However, they’ll need to progress in season 4 before they can actually unlock it in either Cold War or Warzone.

Unlocking the C58 in Black Ops Cold War and Warzone

Like the MG 82, the C58 will release on the Season 4 Battle Pass. Both the C58 and MG 82 will not be featured on the premium version, though. This means players don’t need to buy the $10 premium battle pass to have access to the weapons.

To unlock the C58 in particular, players are required to reach tier 31 on the Battle Pass. Reaching that threshold can be done through standard playtime in Warzone, Black Ops Cold War or through buying tiers with COD Points. Purchasing 31 tiers will cost a hefty amount of real-life change, however.

Once players have reached tier 31 on the pass in either Cold War or Warzone, they’ll unlock the C58. This is the only means of unlocking the rifle, as it won’t appear in a store bundle or have a challenge attached to it throughout Season 4.

Reaching tier 31 might take a solid amount of time, or indeed money, but a new weapon is always worth the time at least. Season 4 of Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, with the new C58 rifle, releases at 12 a.m. ET on June 17.


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.


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