Warzone 2 Resurgence Map potentially leaked

Warzone 2 Resurgence Map potentially leaked
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The new Resurgence map to be introduced in Warzone 2 may have potentially been leaked already based on the multiple copyright strikes that have been used to take them down.

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Reddit users have made multiple threads detailing the new map that was leaked. Apparently, CoD is set to include this location as part of the Resurgence reintroduction. Most users, however, haven’t been able to see these sneaky previews as each one of them have been removed.

For those unfamiliar, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) removes work that has already been legally claimed by an organization. With a large number of Reddit threads and images having been served this notice, many are speculating that it could be because of its accuracy to the real thing.

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Before these posts could be successfully removed, though, some players were already able to view the map in question. A majority of those lucky enough to see it are excited to jump in to the fast-paced Resurgence mode again. On the other hand, a few are skeptical due to the amount of bugs currently plaguing the base game.

Whether these leaked images are the real thing or not, these numerous user-created posts prove one thing. The CoD community continues to prefer the excitement and adrenaline-packed action that the initial Warzone title introduced as opposed to the more methodical approach that Warzone 2 has provided.

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With no way to confirm the authenticity of the leaks, only time will tell if these images are legitimate. In the meantime, speculation and guesswork are the only things that can be done while the community waits for an announcement.

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