The upcoming ZRG 20mm Sniper Rifle is almost upon us in both Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. Here’s how you’ll be unlocking the new weapon as soon as at arrives.
Dexerto says “At the launch of Treyarch’s latest title, there were just three Sniper Rifles at your disposal. After almost five months though, a fourth addition is finally on the horizon. The ZRG 20mm was unveiled as part of the Season 2 roadmap back in February. While anticipation has been building ever since, the weapon is still without a release date. With Season 3 just weeks away, however, it’s safe to assume the new sniper will be in our hands shortly.”
Whether you are a Warzone player or enjoy a casual game of multiplayer, this gun will be available for across both titles. Thanks to some early leaks, player will be able to find out how to acquire the gun when it comes out.
Unlocking the ZRG 20mm in Black Ops Cold War & Warzone
Not any different from a majority of recent weapons in Call of Duty, this new sniper needs to be earned. In order to unlock it, there are specific task at hand, according to leaks from CoD insider ‘TailsDoll553.’
As soon as the weapon is released, you’ll supposedly need to secure two Longshot medals in 15 different matches. This means wide-open spaces are essential as you push to unlock the weapon.
“If you’re sticking exclusively to Warzone, try playing in a respawn-friendly mode, rather than a traditional battle royale playlist. This will save you time loading into a new lobby with each attempt.”
Obviously, things could change before the weapon actually makes it into the game. So do take this challenge with a grain of salt for the time being.
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