After the atomic strike on Verdansk, the old map is put on file. The sequel is, as suspected, an 80s variant of the area, matching Black Ops Cold War.
With yesterday’s live event after the atomic strike on Verdansk, the new map for Call of Duty: Warzone was presented. Verdansk 84 is the name of the good piece, which consists of seven new and five revised locations. So the dam in the north was replaced by the Gora Summit, instead of the quarry, the Krast salt mines await you. Other areas such as the airport, stadium, downtown or superstore have been completely redesigned. So this will be your new playground in the future.
Raven Software also confirmed that the old version of Verdansk is now being filed. As Creative Director Amos Hodge confirmed, we will no longer see the current version of Verdansk. The map change also gave the developers the opportunity to eliminate glitch locations and make some improvements.
The original Verdansk fell victim to a zombie invasion in the last two days, which ultimately resulted in the entire area being destroyed by a nuclear strike. The event marked the start of the new season of Warzone and Black Ops Cold War, which is now playable.