Game News Call of Duty Warzone 2: Several maps planned? Rumor update
Rumors about what is called Call of Duty Warzone 2 have been circulating on the Internet for several weeks. Content, map detail, engine change, many things have been said about “the new Warzone experience”
For the moment, Activision has only spoken of the ambitions around this new Call of Duty: Warzone experience, in which we are promised “revolutionary innovations”. Details on the title should be released later this year, but several people believe they have had access to the game card.
A card already on the run
Tom Henderson recently relayed an image that seems to be the basic document for the new playground, with large bodies of water, rivers, a big city, a port and various urban areas, in short, all the elements we expect to find in a battle royale. Other observers have tried to recreate a map from the few leaks that have been published, but the developers did not reveal anything. A discretion that is all the more justified since development is in full swingthat the playtests would be in progress, and therefore that everything is continuously evolving towards the “final” product.
What if there were several?
Rumors also point to the use of a completely new engine, which will necessarily change the overall rendering of the game, but also the physics, the animations, and possibly the way the terrain evolves. The latest rumor comes to us once again from Tom Henderson, and tells us that Warzone 2 could include not one, but two maps ! Let us recall in passing that there are two of them in the current Warzone, with Caldera and Rebirth Islandmuch smaller certainly, but existing.
According to Tom Henderson’s sources, a second map is indeed in development, but this one does not should not be available at launch. The map, visibly inaccessible during the playtests, was however good on the menu with a notice that development is in progress. If this information is correct, many questions arise. What size, what function, what potential developments? Impossible to say at the moment, but according to other sources, it would be relatively comparable to the Renaissance maptherefore rather reduced.