Call of Duty: The Verdansk map of the War Zone is now called Verdansk 84.
The third season begins Call of Duty: War Zone, And brought Verdansk back to 1984, major changes were made to the map, and it was fully incorporated into the story of Black Ops Cold War.
The new Warzone has undergone extensive changes, including new and reimagined locations, new game options, and optimization of the entire map, because almost every building, surface, and object has been touched.
In the “Cold War” of “Black Ops”, all players in season 3 will experience new multiplayer maps and modes, the next chapter of “Outbreak of Call of Duty” and many new equipment.
For weeks, players have been fighting zombies throughout the theater, and yesterday, with the critical scale of the zombie horde, an in-game event triggered a nuclear explosion that destroyed the theater map.
The player was then transferred to Rebirth Island, where game clues and hidden messages helped the player unlock the remaining secrets of the game, and everyone was transferred to Verdansk in 1984.
Speaking of Verdansk, with the official release of the new Warzone experience today, you can expect 20 major changes to the map.
There is a Gora Summit, which is larger than many multiplayer maps. It is a large complex with a central island base, three gondolas stations, and completed gondolas. There is also a lower valley where you can walk, ride or ascend. The hostile helicopter landing pad and two command centers, one built on a rocky island.
You will also see the Gora Viaduct on the map. It is a bridge across the Gora Valley. Here you can find ascenders, lower the bridge from the gondola to the roof of the pod, or use a vantage point to snipe someone.
Above is the Verdansk Regional Airport, which includes an additional exit for the underpass on the runway, two aircraft used as coverings, and skylights. The control tower has also been refurbished.
Compared with modern stadiums, the old Verdansk stadium is very open and has higher attractions, such as announcer booths and huge scoreboards. There is also a sidewalk inside and below.
Before becoming a quarry, the northeast corner of Verdansk was known as the largest salt mine in the region. This space has two large and closed entrances, old pipes and a large hillside. Above the salt mines and crystallization ponds, there are barren pine trees that turn red due to the chemical reaction of the salt.
One of the biggest changes in the city is the broadcasting building under construction. This time, the internal space is more smooth, and the internal stairwell extends to the top of the three unfinished floors, which is very suitable for long-distance takeoff. Here, you will also find a fairly tall crane with a container hanging from the boom, and a riser for quick access to the semi-finished roof.
Some of the changes made throughout Verdansk include the removal of certain obstacles on the road along the broadcasting tower, such as tanks. This is just one of the subtle changes that will affect meta.
The biggest new landmark is the grid radar array, which is a radar base consisting of 12 connected cage towers and a gantry platform, multi-layer access ladders, an ascender and an exposed field of view.
There is also a dilapidated old mine whose rocky appearance is very suitable for close combat and ambushes from the Gora Summit. You may also notice that at present, the internal mine complex has been blocked.
The changes to the super store are subtle, but will help the flow of the area. One of the changes is the addition of skylights on the roof, which can now access the top of the shelves. There are also new exterior windows on the southwest edge.
Don’t expect the car dealership and water treatment plant east of Superstore to still exist. As early as 1984, the area was an aircraft maintenance plant. This new area houses four large warehouses and an underground passage to the second warehouse. Connected to the largest warehouse is a pair of chimneys, outside is a large hangar, many outbuildings and a large number of climbing structures.
TV stations now look like they are really in the 1980s, and the satellite dish on the roof allows you to shoot from it. A pair of windows has been added to the building to allow new access routes to and from the purchase station.
Verdansk 84’s wildflowers, meadows and crops are also more luxuriant. This green map allows you to hide behind trees, long grass and behind plants.
On the Barakett promenade, one of the five-story apartment buildings is under construction. It is expected that rows of apartment buildings will become more asymmetrical.
Verdansk also has some “retro” areas, such as Novi Grazna Hills. On this side of the map, you will find wooded plateaus and a small farm. There is a tiny windmill, a barn and a cabin, which provide new fighter jets.
Barakt Promenade is one of the areas where buildings have been demolished. Here, the library north of the Ferris wheel has not yet been built, and here, it is currently an entertainment venue. Moreover, the market adjacent to the school is now a parking lot, and the entire west promenade is now a long part of the park.
The police station and fire station have also been changed, and part of the Krovnik Farmland will find you the domed city hall structure. The latter is a facsimile of the “stalemate” of the map and has a fully exploreable central structure.
Similarly, when it comes to stalemate, Gulag of Verdansk offers a brand new “practical course” for the upcoming surgery. Here, you will fight a 1v1 duel along the “main street”.
“Battlefield” Season 3-Operators, weapons, etc.
In addition to the retro Verdansk, “Battlefield Season 3” also brings more content of the “Black Ops” Cold War, such as PPSh-41 SMG and Swiss K31 sniper rifle and other new weapons, Perseus sinister soldier ghosts and knights, and many more.
You can view the patch notes for Season 3 here.
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