Warzone will finally get a new full-sized map for the first time since the game launched in March 2020.
Call of Duty will leave behind its fictional Eastern European landscape in favor of a more tropical setting in the Pacific with the new map: “Caldera”
The map is set on a dormant volcano and has over 200 points of interest throughout the map.
It will offer a different battle royale experience than Verdansk, with forests, beaches, ruins and even a dormant volcano, as well as planes and AA trucks you can use to explore the island.
Built on the same tech and engine as Call of Duty: Vanguard, this map is visually appealing as it is ready to support this new game’s armaments, and will support fully optimized cross-play, cross-progression, and cross-gen support.
Pre- launch event November 24th:
Call of Duty teased its players by revealing a special event to uncover more about the mysterious Caldera map by digging up Secrets of the Pacific.
This limited-time event developed by Beenox will grant users vital information on Caldera and its various points of interest
Warzone’s new Pacific map Caldera will be released December 2nd.
However, anyone that owns Call of Duty: Vanguard, which released November 5, before the launch of Season 1 on December 2, will get 24 hours of early access to the new Warzone map