The Warzone 2 map has officially been revealed as Al Mazrah, and it comes loaded with fresh gameplay features and a bunch of new POIs pulled from classic Modern Warfare 2 maps. Here’s everything you need to know about the map and its locations.
With the next generation of Call of Duty due to drop across October and November, there are some huge changes coming to the franchise, one of the biggest of which is the all-new Warzone map.
Al Mazrah is a city in the fictional Republic of Adal in Western Asia, where players will be dropping in to 18 different POIs to get the better of their Warzone 2 opponents.
Warzone 2 map Al Mazrah POIs
Here’s the full list of Al Mazrah POIs, including details of those taken from classic Modern Warfare series maps:
- Taraq Village
- Quarry (from Modern Warfare 2)
- Rohan Oil
- Al Mazrah City (includes Highrise from Modern Warfare 2)
- Sa’id City
- Observatory (Modern Warfare 3’s Dome)
- Al Sharim Pass
- Akhdar Village (CoD 4: Modern Warfare’s Showdown)
- Sawah Village
- Sarrif Bay
- Airport (Modern Warfare 2’s Terminal)
There’s a good mix of classic maps that longtime CoD players will recognize, as well as new POIs that players will be able to get to grips with and sink their teeth into, including Sarrif Bay which is also a Ground War map in Modern Warfare II (2022).
It has already been leaked that Warzone 2 won’t have any small, Resurgence-inspired maps similar to Rebirth Island or Fortune’s Keep at launch, but that one will arrive in-game midway through 2023. Whether that one also includes classic MW maps remains to be seen.