New Warzone Map: Later this year, a little after the arrival of Call of Duty: Vanguard, we will have two great news that pleased those who play the battle royale free to play CoD Warzone. We're talking about the PC anti-cheat system, which will keep cheaters out of the game, and also the new Warzone map that will take over as the game's main map, in place of Verdansk 84′.
The two new features are so exciting for those who play the battle royale, and also those who left the game after its many hack cases and also for finding the battle royale quite monotonous, as was the case of the North American streamer FaZe Nickmercs, who abandoned Call of Duty to dedicate himself to Apex Legends.
Such changes are slated to arrive after the release of Call of Duty: Vanguard, the next game in the franchise that is slated to come out. Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Playstation 4/5 e PC on November 5th. There are rumors that both the anti-cheat and the new Warzone map will arrive in the week of November 20th, where Vanguard Season One is supposed to take place. However, these are still just rumors.
To make you more hype, we've gathered in this post everything we know about the Pacific, the new Warzone map, which, as the name suggests, approaches a more tropical theme, completely opposite to the current map of Verdansk. Below is all the official information, already released by Activision and also some rumors. Feel good, fasten your seatbelts and have a great read!
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Official info from Pacific, new Warzone map and its anti-cheat system
On the official Call of Duty website, we have more details regarding the new Warzone map, however, there is a lot that is being speculated, so let's leave it down here for you to see what Activision has already released about the Pacific. Check out:
Raven Software, along with partner studios Sledgehammer Games, Beenox, High Moon Studios and Toys for Bob, is proud to confirm that Warzone will receive a new Pacific Ocean-based map later this year following the release of Call of Duty : Vanguard. The Pacific map will feature a game space on an entirely new island built from scratch, including brand new points of interest. You've already prepared to walk through lush landscapes, rocky cliffs and other unrevealed areas that exist on this vast island.
Visually, Warzone's Pacific map will present a change from the war-torn environment of Verdansk, offering something more vibrant and alive… and whose beauty hides many secrets. There are also plans for new and ongoing experiences during your stay in the Pacific. The island is about the same size as Verdansk and was developed based on nearly two years of feedback received from the community. The result is an incredibly exciting and fun game space with plenty of points of interest to explore and extraordinary combat potential.
Speaking of what the community has played so far, its efforts to develop weapons and personal profiles will be preserved. Warzone will continue to support weapons and content obtained with a Battle Pass or purchased in a Store Pack in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
This is all built on the same technology and engine as Call of Duty: Vanguard, for seamless weapon integration and game balance, and comes with fully optimized cross-play, multi-progress and multi-generation.
In relation to cheaters...
Also, as already confirmed, the PC version of Warzone's Pacific map will arrive with a brand-new, multi-dimensional anti-cheat system. Raven is taking the final steps of the system and testing it carefully, so we're excited to see it ready as soon as the new Warzone experience launches.
The information here relates to content available before the end of 2021. During the holiday season and throughout 2022, get ready for a massive calendar of free post-launch content, including new Multiplayer maps, rosters from game modes, community celebrations, seasonal and limited time events, and much, much more.
We're all looking forward to playing with you soon, with the official release of Warzone's Pacific map.
Rumors about the new Pacific map
Activision seems to hide their secrets well when it comes to the new Warzone map. So far, we've had little access to the content released by the on-call leakers in the Call of Duty world. So far, we've learned that the Pacific map will be a map set after the events of World War II, and that we will also have the return of fighter planes in CoD, which will also come to this map.
According to some leakers, the new Warzone map is considerably larger than the current one in Verdansk, in its two versions: original and 1984. This is precisely due to the arrival of warplanes to the battle royale, which, in order to be used, will need a lot space.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is Warzone different from Modern Warfare, Cold War and Vanguard?
Warzone battle royale is a completely free installment of the Call of Duty franchise that is originally a portion of the Modern Warfare 2019 game. etc, not only from MW2019, but also from future games in the franchise.
Just as it happened in 2020 with Black Ops Cold War, it will happen in 2021 with CoD Vanguard. Call of Duty titles, excluding Warzone, for paid form, contain Campaign mode, Multiplayer (traditional 6v6 multiplayer and other formats) and, ranging from Zombies to Specs Ops.
More about Call of Duty: Warzone
Call of Duty: Warzone is a free-to-play battle royale game developed by Infinity Ward and Raven Software and published by Activision. Released March 10, 2020 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the game is part of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) title, but does not require purchase. Warzone allows 150-player online multiplayer combat in the fictional city of Verdansk, which is loosely based on the city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine. It features a cross-platform progression between the two games.
Warzone was released for free as part of the 2019 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game on March 10, 2020, following a series of glitches and leaks the previous month. The game's existence was leaked a month earlier by a post on Reddit, and a software glitch in the same month briefly allowed players to view an earlier version of the battle map. On March 8, 2020, two days before release, YouTube streamer Chaos posted an 11-minute video claiming to feature Warzone gameplay. The video was removed and, on March 9, Activision officially announced that the game would be released on March 10th.
On December 16, 2020, Warzone received a major content update, with the integration of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, which added all of the game's weapons, accessories and skins to Warzone. Plus new maps and game modes. As before in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, all post-launch content is free, with only cosmetic store items purchasable through microtransactions. The Battle Pass system has been unified between Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, with no need to purchase the game for progression. In addition to the Battle Pass, the XP system has been integrated between the three games, making it possible to level up the player regardless of which player is playing. Via: Wikipedia