The free to play online shooter game, Paladins: Champions of the Realm, has received a newfor the latest season 3, and according to Xbox Games, fans will be very surprised to see all the new changes that they have brought to the game. 2019 was a monumental year for the game as there were lots of events happening that made the Xbox Game declare it as the best year the game has ever had.
Four new champions were introduced along with various Battle Passes which were extremely exciting, and fans enjoyed each of them to the fullest. The game also went through some serious changes and improvements, which made the overall gameplay very smooth and bug-free. However, we are now in 2020, and it’s time we focus on the things that will be introduced in the newest Season 3 update. We have brought all the recent updates and information regarding the new season, so here is everything you need to know about Paladins Season 3.
Since 2019 was such a big year, Xbox has to do something that will overshadow the previous and according to their official post, the newestis even better than before, and they have brought a lot of new changes and improvements which, is expected to raise the bar to a whole new level.
Paladins Season 3: New Champion and New Improvements
Season 3 will see the arrival of the newest champion, from the race of nomadic cats, a Tigron, Tiberius. This new champion is extremely deadly and will appear with two new weapons. His nickname, ‘The Weapon’s Master’ speaks for itself, and this new champion can variously use his weapons each of which is extremely handy. His weapons include the ‘throwing chakrams,’ and a mystical sword.
Also, the skins of the first battle pass of Season 3 has been designed based on the concepts submitted by the players. Apart from all these, the game has also received major bug fixes, increased game balance, ‘quality-of-life’ improvements. For example, if a player buys a new skin, he/she will automatically get the character’s voice packs for free.
Paladins Season 3 update
Season 3was released on 8th January 2020.