A new Pacific map is coming to Call of Duty: Warzone to coordinate with Vanguard's World War 2 setting, however it will not be accessible until some time after Vanguard dispatches. New pictures flaunt the Warzone Pacific map, giving Call of Duty fans a thought of what's in store straightaway.
Call of Duty: Warzone has developed a few times since its origin alongside Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in 2020. The map saw a couple of changes with Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, however it's set to get significantly more changes soon with the World War 2-enlivened Pacific map. Call of Duty fans that have been baffled with the absence of changes to the Warzone Verdansk map might be passed up the progressions coming to Warzone soon.
Call of Duty news outlet Charlie Intel as of late uncovered two screenshots of the forthcoming Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific map. The most observable detail from the screenshots is the absence of enormous structures which at present cover the Verdansk scene. Instead of the structures, the Pacific map is canvassed in tropical foliage that will permit players to all the more effectively stow away from one another.
Call of Duty: Warzone's Pacific map is significantly more brilliant than the Verdansk '84 map that fans have become acclimated to all through Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The trees give different green tones, while the ground is earthy red. Most of the new Warzone structures are little houses with dim roofs, however there are additionally bigger stockrooms that occupy more room on the Pacific map.
One more clear contrast between Call of Duty: Warzone's Verdansk and the impending Pacific map is the verticality. Albeit a few structures in Verdansk and Verdansk '84 aided Warzone fans gain stature over their rivals, the Pacific map has a mountain and various slopes to ascend. Notwithstanding the high marks of the map, there are additionally caverns to investigate nearer to the ocean level. One of the screenshots taken from a cavern shows the number of shrubberies there are for Call of Duty: Warzone fans to stow away in as they scout their position.
Call of Duty: Warzone fans who are accustomed to shooting players with their gun from the air might be disillusioned by the timberline of the Pacific map. A huge piece of the Pacific map's territory is outwardly clouded from above because of the enormous palms stretching out from the palm trees. Notwithstanding the tree cover, there are likewise mists coasting around.
The Pacific map might be guided into Call of Duty: Warzone with an occasion after the dispatch of Call of Duty: Vanguard. An official occasion hasn't been affirmed by Activision Blizzard or Sledgehammer Games yet, however it very well might be reported nearer to the arrival of Warzone's Pacific map. It's at present hazy what date the Pacific map will be added to Call of Duty: Warzone.