We know that a full-fledged Warzone 2 is in the works, despite how much attention the present map Caldera (and Verdansk before it) receives.
According to reports, the sequel will have many maps.
Tom Henderson, a respected Call of Duty reporter who writes for Exporter, makes the assertion. Unfortunately, we don’t know much about the map’s features. However, it’s reportedly more minor than the usual Warzone 2 setting, similar to how Rebirth Island was a smaller version of Verdansk.
“Sources say a second map for Warzone 2 is well underway,” Henderson adds, “but will most likely release after Warzone 2 debuts.” This is significant since Warzone 2 is set to release this autumn, soon after Modern Warfare 2.
So, what does this signify in terms of the release date? The release date for Modern Warfare 2 is October 28. So, with that set in stone, Warzone 2 won’t release until November.
After launch a second Call of Duty: Warzone 2 map will come
If the second map comes after that, it will most likely release in 2023. The new map would released later; the later Warzone 2 released. Warzone 2 expected between December 2022 and January 2023, according to Henderson.
It’s not the first time Henderson has written about Warzone 2. Rainbow Six Siege-style interrogations believed to included in the mode, allowing you to interrogate a fallen adversary.
This will then highlight their squadmates in the immediate vicinity. Additionally, a mock-up of the rumored Warzone 2 map also revealed on Twitter. It said to be the terrain for the DMZ multiplayer mode in both Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2.
We know for sure that Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 will both develope on brand-new engines. In addition, this simultaneous rebuilding suppose to make it easier for the two games to exchange seasonal content.