Call of Duty Warzone teases big map changes ahead of season 6

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The Call of Duty Warzone map is about to be irreversibly changed from uncovering massive cracks in the Earth as well as World War II-era bunkers.

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New changes coming to Verdansk ’84 call of duty warzone season 6, and were determined ahead of time Official Call of Duty Blog. The cracks will introduce one of the biggest changes to the map since the time-travel transformation, and they will have a particularly strong impact on the downtown area, with many buildings collapsing into piles of rubble: Say Farewell to the Grand Hotel, Verdansk Museum of Art , and TV stations, among other examples of structural damage.

Changes also spread beneath the earth, with cracks offering new ways for either pedestrians or vehicles to pass through the area (if you drive Really carefully). External climbers on either side of the cracks will help you get in and out quickly, and if the circle starts to close or street-level opponents get a clever idea, you should always be on the lookout for the closest .


While the worst cracks will be visible in downtown, the destruction extends to the south of the radar array near Verdansk Stadium and Verdansk Hospital. Meanwhile, one of the new WW2 bunkers can be found near the radar array, one north of the airport maintenance area’s electrical transformers and a third in the boneyard.

You can enter each bunker by descending from a deep, drilled hole with your climbing equipment (or by jumping down, if you’re in a hurry and don’t care about falling damage). Inside you’ll find spawn points for items and supply boxes, and possibly an escape route to other parts of the map – as well as more cryptic secrets, which will likely be linked to Arrival Call of Duty: Vanguard.

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