Modern Warfare’s new battle royale is finally confirmed in the form of Call of Duty: Warzone, with players able to jump into the action in new locations and iconic points of interest in one of the biggest maps ever seen in a battle royale.
Somewhat of a successor to Black Ops 4’s Blackout, the first battle royale entry into the Call of Duty franchise, Warzone brings some of Infinity Ward’s most iconic maps to players with a free-flow of nostalgia throughout.
Below, we’ve listed all of the locations and an overview of the complete Warzone map, featuring a multitude of points of interest, contracts, and vehicles in the free-to-play title.
As you can see, there are almost 20 named locations on the Warzone map, mostly weighted towards the south side of the map, with only three locations named along the northern border.
The complete list of locations is as follows:
- Military Base
- TV Station
- Storage Town
- Train Station
- Prison (Gulag)
- Promenade East
- Promenade West
Certain locations are definitely recognizable from previous iterations of Call of Duty games, such as Airport and TV Station, which are recreations of Terminal and Broadcast respectively.
There’s also the likes of Boneyard, which appears to be Modern Warfare 2’s Scrapyard, although a lot of the map looks to be very fresh so you don’t feel that you’re revisiting old areas over and over again.
The map itself is considerably bigger than the Blackout map, which seems necessary given how much they’ve packed into it.
Warzone looks set to bring a completely new style to battle royale, emulating some of the best features of the most successful ones before it, as well as featuring an economy complete with contracts, killstreaks and more.
Naturally, we imagine a lot of players will look to drop at the likes of Airport and Boneyard straight away – so you best bring your A-game if you plan on going there.