Warzone 2 New Resurgence Map Ashika Island Teased

The subsequent season of Call of Duty: Warzone 2 will see the return of the favored (*2*) mode on a model new map to accommodate the chaos.

As the primary season of Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is coming to a detailed, Infinity Ward has given gamers a tease of the brand new map Ashika Island coming in Season 2 to accommodate the returning (*2*) mode. The faster-pace mode has been noticeably absent because it was taken out of the mode choice when Warzone 2 went stay in November 2022, together with the removing of the maps Rebirth Island and Fortune’s Keep. However, the mode is ready to make its comeback when Season 2 begins on February 15 alongside the brand new map for gamers to do battle on.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is the sequel to Call of Duty’s widespread, free-to-play battle royale Call of Duty: Warzone, launching shortly after the discharge of 2022’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The sequel noticed Infinity Ward go away behind the town of Verdansk for the coastal area of Al Mazrah, pitting gamers towards one another in a panorama which incorporates deserts, cities, and marshlands. It additionally noticed the addition of DMZ, Call of Duty’s tackle PvPvE the place gamers battle AI bots and different gamers whereas finishing missions for one in every of three factions in Al Mazrah to earn usable gear in Modern Warfare 2’s multiplayer and Warzone 2, if they’ll survive and extract with their loot.

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Following the two-week delay to Season 2’s launch, Infinity Ward has been giving gamers a take a look at the brand new content material and modifications coming to Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2. One of these additions is the returning (*2*) mode to appease gamers craving the smaller, faster-paced gameplay which made the mode a success with gamers when it launched. The studio teased the brand new map coming with (*2*) when Season 2 goes stay in a tweet on the official Call of Duty account, with a subsequent tweet revealing the map’s identify to be Ashika Island.

The addition of Ashika Island would make it the fourth island map produced for Warzone and Warzone 2 following Rebirth Island, Fortune’s Keep, and Caldera. Rebirth Island was one in every of two maps produced following the discharge of 2020’s Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, together with Verdansk ’84, enjoying on the Cold War setting and timeframe the sport is ready in. Fortune’s Keep and Caldera, by comparability, take affect from World War 2 given the maps had been launched following the discharge of the World War 2-era recreation Call of Duty: Vanguard.

Players can argue given this pattern with Warzone’s maps taking queues from that 12 months’s Call of Duty title, it will not be stunning to see Ashika Island proceed it with a modern-day aesthetic. An argument can be made that the map will probably be smaller to raised accommodate (*2*) because the mode caps at 50 gamers for a match. It all stays hypothesis, although, till gamers can get a correct take a look at the map when it’s revealed on January 31.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is presently obtainable on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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