Season 2 of Warzone 2.0 will sign the return of a game mode very appreciated by the community, namely Resurgence. Moreover, Activision and Infinity Ward revealed, a short time ago, what will be the first map of Resurgence of Warzone 2.0: it is Ashika Island. In addition, the development studio and publisher in charge of the battle royale have, today, shared information about the different areas of said map.
In this regard, Twitter user and YouTuber JGOD recently compared the size of the Ashika Island map to the dimensions of some other maps. According to his estimates, shared in a Twitter post, Ashika Island would thus be slightly smaller than the Fortune’s Keep mapwhich came to Call of Duty: Warzone (now called Call of Duty: Warzone Caldera) in June 2022, and bigger than Rebirth Island.
Got Curious so…
Largest to Smallest Call of Duty BR Maps
Blackout ~ 8,234,173m^2 (2870m*2870m)
Al Mazra ~ 7,095,838m^2
Caldera ~ 6,405,025m^2
Verdansk ~ 5,835,157m^2
Fortunes Keep ~ 240,790m^2
Ashika Island ~ 222,002m^2
Rebirth ~ 152,865m^2 (391m*391m) pic.twitter.com/SHEazEd8Re
— James – JGOD (@JGODYT) February 2, 2023
Remember, then, that the Resurgence mode as well as the Ashika Island map, which has several POIs that seem relatively interesting, will be available on Warzone 2.0 at the launch of Season 2, which is scheduled for February 15, 2023.
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