Warzone 2 unveils subsequent map Ashika Island, coming with Season 2

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Call Of Duty: Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 drop into their second season on February fifteenth, and we now have our first take a look at Warzone 2’s latest map and modes. In a collection of Twitter posts, Activision introduced a brand new, free-to-play “small map” referred to as Ashika Island. Warzone’s new map will characteristic a model new mode DMZ, alongside the returning mode Resurgence – a slimmer BR that cuts the foyer dimension down from 150 to 50 gamers, and allows respawns. Ashika Island and the brand new modes will launch alongside Season 02 on February fifteenth.

Infinity Ward’s detailed announcement picture highlights quite a lot of areas that gamers can count on to combat over. Shipwreck, Port Ashika, Tsuki Castle, Beach Club, Town Center, Oganikku Farms, and Residential are all marked as factors of curiosity. The Call Of Duty account has additionally shared pictures of many of the areas, teasing among the micro-experiences we are able to count on to have. Each picture is paired with a (primarily useful) haiku: “Not a trip / Don’t let cabanas decieve / Grab sand, take cowl.” But it is enjoyable to see CoD channels observe the Japanese theming of the island.

Tsuki Castle is a fortified fortress and has a ravishing cherry blossom tree simply outdoors its gates. I can think about the scramble for loot will probably be fairly hectic, each inside and on the rooftops. The Underground Waterway appears to be like like a covert passage beneath the map, murky water cuts by way of the tunnel’s walkways. Beach Club appears to be like like your typical vacation seaside resort, simply with less-than-ideal climate this time. And lastly, Town Centre is the final locale we’re given a glimpse of and it appears to be like like a haven for snipers with a set off finger.

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Ashika Island, DMZ, and Resurgence aren’t the one new options hitting Season 02. Modern Warfare 2 will benefit from the return of Hardcore Mode, a game kind designed for faster, stricter matches. Meanwhile, Warzone 2 will obtain new weapons and the return of the 1v1 Gulag fights, all of which drops on February fifteenth.

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