Activision has supplied a primary take a look at Call Of Duty: Warzone 2.0‘s brand-new map, Ashika Island – you possibly can see pictures of it beneath.
The sport developer unveiled the brand new location in a collection of posts on Twitter, explaining that the brand new “small map” can be accessible for DMZ matches and the returning Resurgence mode.
An picture of the map highlights a number of factors of curiosity, labelled as Residential, Shipwreck, Tsuki Castle, Port Asika, Town Centre, Beach Club, and Ogaikku Farms.
Several screenshots of these completely different spots had been additionally shared, together with some haiku descriptions.
“Deep below the Earth/Long tendrils branching outward/Warmth knows no home here”, is how Activision describes Ashika’s Underground Waterway, whereas the Beach Club’s haiku reads: “Not a vacation/Don’t let cabanas deceive/Grab sand, take cover”.
Ashika’s city centre obtained the identical haiku therapy: “Long range or up close/Through the market’s many stalls/Find the next shootout), as did Tsuki Castle: “Infiltrate quickly/Past the tower’s defenders/Reach the hidden space.”
The new map arrives as a part of Warzone 2.0‘s delayed second season on February 15. Players can even count on to see the return of 1v1 Gulag in Battle Royale mode, problem tuning, a brand new Exclusion Zone for DMZ, plus DMZ looting and loadout modifications.
Meanwhile, Activision is reportedly providing a survey to Warzone 2.0 gamers to seek out out which previous maps they’d prefer to return to the sport.
CharlieIntel reviews that the survey presents gamers with 5 choices after which asks “which of the following would you prefer for the next Warzone big map”, with a number of traditional maps accessible to decide on.
Players have been requested to rank their prime three out of ‘an all new map’, the return of the Verdansk ’84 map, the return of the Caldera map, the return of the unique Verdansk map or a return of the Blackout map from 2019’s Black Ops 4.