Here’s The Exact Time Warzone’s Verdansk Map Goes Away For Good
Warzone as we know it is about to change forever. The Call Of Duty Battle Royale game that began around the same time as the COVID-19 pandemic has managed to remain one of the most popular in the genre. We are now in our last hours with the game’s original map.
To be fair, the current Verdansk map is actually its second iteration. Verdansk ‘84 was launched after Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War came out and brought the game back in time the 1980s’, the same time period as Cold War. This is because each year, Warzone adapts and integrates with whatever the yearly Call Of Duty release is.
Verdansk ‘84 made some significant changes to lots of points of interest and overhauled the map’s visuals, making it a bit more colorful and warm, leaving winter behind for spring. But it was still, by and large, the same map.
Now Verdansk is on the way out, making way for the brand new Caldera map. Caldera takes place in the South Pacific during WWII, so it’s a much more colorful, tropical map with palm trees and plantations and old colonial hotels.
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Currently, the Last Hours Of Verdansk live-event is taking place, counting down the clock to when Verdansk goes away for good (or at least until it returns for Modern Warfare II unless, hopefully, that game gets a new map instead).
Verdansk and Warzone will shut down at 9 pm PT / midnight ET today, December 7th. After that, Verdansk is no more. It will have ceased to be.
This also marks the start of Call Of Duty: Vanguard Season 1, with Vanguard players gaining 24 hours of early access to Warzone: Pacific, the newly branded Battle Royale that will go live for free-to-play players on the 9th, and the Caldera map. Here’s the trailer:
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