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It looks as though Warzone 2 might be getting a new map in the future, if recent images uncovered by dataminers are to be believed.
The images have been circulating on a number of Call of Duty fan twitter accounts, showing what appears to be an in-progress view of a new map that bears a visual resemblance to Amsterdam. Adding to the legitimacy of the leak, however, is the fact that according to Insider Gaming, a number of Twitter accounts posting the image have been hit with DMCA strikes by Activision themselves.
There’s not a great deal known yet about the purported map although Insider Gaming also claims a potential ETA of its introduction in MW2 and Warzone 2’s Season 4. According to the image, the map prominently features a windmill and river – hence the understanding it’ll take place in the Netherlands. Of course, the MW2 story also took a brief trip to the Netherlands in the game’s fourth mission. The name Vondel, meanwhile, has been surfaced before by other dataminers, so it’s not the first time that’s been bandied around either.
It’s reported that the map will be on the smaller size, so it’s likely to be for the game’s Resurgence mode similar to the Japan-set Ashika Island. It’s also claimed that it’ll likely be the last map released for the game before the launch of the rumoured 2023 installment of Call of Duty, and any changes that will bring to the free-to-play shooter.
Of course, we have to take all of this with a pinch of salt at this point – there’s been no statement so far by Activision on these leaks, but we’ve reached out to them for comment. Currently, fans of the shooter have recently seen the launch of Season 3 Reloaded just this week, which included new maps for MW2 multiplayer as well an overhaul to UAVs in Warzone along with a host of other changes you can read about in the MW2 and Warzone 2 Season 3 Reloaded patch notes.
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