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The new map of CoD: Warzone will take you to the Pacific | Digital Trends Spanish

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This Tuesday was the presentation multiplayer mode Call of Duty: Vanguard, the new title of the franchise that will take place in World War II and that will be released on November 5.

However, Raven Software also took advantage of the event to reveal the first details of the new map of Call of Duty: Warzone, which will take players to the Pacific.

In that way, a video and a couple of snapshots of the stage have been released that will replace the current Verdansk at the end of this year. Take a look at the video below.

🌴We are going to THE PACIFIC🌴

A new #Warzone map will launch later this year!

More to come soon… pack sunscreen.

& mdash; Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) September 7, 2021

Like Vanguard, the new map of Warzone (which will not be a simple Verdansk upgrade) will be set in WWII. It will be an island located in the Pacific with dense foliage and natural areas, although it will also have some urban areas.

Visually, this “will mean a change of style from the war-torn environment of Verdansk to something much more bustling and full of life, with many secrets hidden among so much beauty,” says the ad.

The Pacific map will be much more tropical than Verdansk, so, apparently, the battles in the jungles will have much more prominence, unlike the previous maps where almost all the action takes place in urban settings.

The new map of Warzone will run on the same engine and technology as Call of Duty: Vanguard, which means it will easily integrate with the game, including weapons and gameplay.

Also, when the update comes with the new experience, Warzone will continue to support items you have obtained through a Battle Pass or from Modern warfare and Black ops cold war.

Finally, it is worth mentioning that along with the map will come new game modes, some events and also a new anti-cheat system for the PC version, the platform that obviously has more problems with the hackers.

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