Activision has announced that a new Pacific map will come out for Call of Duty Warzone later this year following the release date of Vanguard.
Although Vanguard isn’t scheduled to launch for a couple more months, you will be able to time travel back to World War II this September. This comes courtesy of paid for and open betas which will allow fans to try new tournaments and modes including Champion Hill and Patrol.
While the opportunity to sample the forthcoming CoD entry is exciting, you will need to wait a little bit longer for a completely new playground in Activision’s battle royale epic.
When does the new Pacific map come out for Warzone?
There’s no release date for when the new Pacific map will come out for Call of Duty Warzone, but Activision says that it will arrive in 2021 following the launch of Vanguard.
This means that it will come out no earlier than November 5th which is when Vanguard will fully launch for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. It’s possible that it could arrive in December similar to when the first season of Black Ops Cold War x Warzone began last year, but this is speculation rather than anything official.
What is the Pacific map?
The Pacific map will be a much-needed change of scenery for Warzone veterans when it arrives later this year.
Per the official Call of Duty website, it’s touted as a stunning landscape full of secrets hidden within its beauty and greenery. It’s said to be roughly the size of Verdansk, and it will have several points of interest to explore.
Although a fresh beginning, weapons and other content earned from Black Ops Cold War and Modern Warfare will continue to be supported.
Crossplay and anti-cheat system
PlayStation, Xbox, and PC players will be able to duke it out in crossplay action, and the introduction of a new anti-cheat system will be a major relief for many on computers.
No details have been provided, but it’s championed as multifaceted and Raven Software are testing it as we speak.