As the developers confirm in a new podcast, the verdansk from the present will not return in Call of Duty: Warzone.
Call of Duty Warzone has successfully made its start into the third season. The Verdansk of the present was blown up by an atomic bomb and players can now kill each other in the Verdansk from 1984.
In Treyarch’s studio broadcast video for Season 3, the developers discuss the new features and break down what players can expect from Season 3 in all different game modes of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
The developers had set themselves the goal that the bombing in Verdansk is an unforgettable moment for Warzone players. Permanent changes to the map are also part of it and are also a tool that helps players to participate more actively in the story of the game.
Verdansk now shines optically in the style of the eighties and contains seven new locations and five heavily redesigned areas. Another new visual feature is that spring has now received a retreat and makes the battlefield more colorful.
In addition, the limited-time Hunt for Adler event was started, in which skins and cosmetics related to the CIA agent Russell Adler known from Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War can be unlocked through in-game challenges.