Call Of Duty: Warzone 2 Map Reveal Confirms Real-Life Location
An entirely new Warzone game wasn't exactly what players had in mind for the future of the battle royale, but damn, if it isn't welcome. The last few years of Raven Software's Warzone have been valuable, but have struggled immensely.
The game's cheating and bug problems have deeply hindered the title that once went straight for the battle royale crown, and has since fallen pretty far. Even though Warzone still has its Call of Duty audience, it's in dire need of a hand - and it looks like Infinity Ward will be providing it in the form of a full sequel.
Where Is Warzone 2 Set?
Now, a leaker has suggested that they know where the upcoming Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is going to be set. As the first Warzone has travelled to Verdansk and Caldera (even discounting the time-jumps), it looks like the second game is getting a fun new location too.
Popular leaker TheGhostOfHope has come forward with a suggestion of the influences coming together to make the map of the new Warzone game - and it looks like we're headed to Colombia.
"The Warzone 2 map will heavily take inspiration from Medellin, Colombia," the leaker tweeted. It's a great choice for a new location, and seemingly in keeping with Modern Warfare - but we'll just have to wait and see whether it pans out nicely.
What Else Do We Know About Warzone 2?
There's little we actually know about the upcoming Warzone sequel beyond the fact that production has been passed along to Modern Warfare developers Infinity Ward, and that the game will be designed "from the ground-up."
The blog post revealing the game dubbed it a "massive evolution of Battle Royale with all-new playspace and a new sandbox mode," developed in a new engine coming alongside Modern Warfare II. No matter what shape this Warzone successor takes, it'll be interesting to see how it performs compared to the first entry. Here's hoping it can keep the hackers at bay the second time around.