- The enormous Dam has been totally revamped and now includes the exemplary Black Ops map, Summit.
- The midtown territory was additionally revamped to empower more investigation and keep players from outdoors in the claustrophobic region.
Players who delighted in the live change into the new guide today were greeted with a true to life showing the guide return to 1984. The nukes that obliterated the guide yesterday apparently switched time while the notable Zombies topic played behind the scenes. Toward the finish of the clasp, players were dropped into Verdansk ’84 to appreciate a match on the new guide.
Fans were additionally welcomed with the great shock of being the ones to shoot the nukes at Verdansk from Rebirth Island, which was an unsuspected curve.
Time to throw down while throwing it back.
Verdansk hasn’t looked this good since the Spring of 1984. Get ready and drop into Season Three of #Warzone.
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— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) April 22, 2021
The new guide highlights seven new focal points and different zones have been patched up with a new though retro look. The enormous Dam has been totally revamped and now includes the exemplary Black Ops map, Summit. Numerous structures like the Airport and Superstore that were initially harmed are reestablished and include refreshed designs.
New focal points incorporate an Airplane Factory close to Superstore and the Black Ops 2 guide Standoff supplanting Farmland. The midtown territory was additionally revamped to empower more investigation and keep players from outdoors in the claustrophobic region.
Likewise, Verdansk ’84 highlights another Gulag that depends on the road bit of Standoff. This adds a revived encounter to the Gulag and another field for players to dominate. The Stadium was likewise refreshed and no longer highlights a roof for players to camp and manhandle.
Verdansk ’84 is presently accessible on all stages.