Tom Henderson has released a graphic showing the “Call of Duty Warzone 2” map. Several points of interest can be seen.
Details of the “Call of Duty” games have not only been announced years ago, but have been previously “leaked”. In the case of “Modern Warfare 2” and “Warzone 2” comes more and more information. In the meantime, it appears that the latest Battle Royale shooter map is also available.
Tom Henderson, who has released all sorts of unconfirmed details about the shooter duo in the past few days, Contribute to a photo of the day, which is supposed to show the “Warzone 2” map. The drawing includes many points of interest and large bodies of water.
Swamps, port, railway track and more
POIs shown on the “Warzone 2” map include a quarry, an oil field, a modern city, a hydroelectric power station, swamps, a harbor, caves, an observatory, a shipwreck, a fortress, and other locations. The water is blue, the densely packed areas are gray, the ground is brown, the elevated areas are dark brown, and the railway track is black.
Henderson also mentioned a new swimming mechanic: “As can be seen from the image, there is just the right amount of water on the Warzone 2 map. This is because Warzone 2 will introduce a swimming mechanic to the Warzone series for the first time.”
While Warzone 2 has yet to be released, Activision announced this week that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will launch on October 28, 2022. PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC are supported.
Warzone 2 is expected to be released alongside Modern Warfare 2, with both games being developed by Infinity Ward.
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