A new map is coming to Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and today we learn the details about what we can expect in terms of points of interest.
The upcoming season 2 of Call of Duty Warzone 2 brings highly anticipated new content, including the new map named "Ashika." Initially, we only got to see small snippets and screenshots via Twitter, but on January 31, 2022, we got our first look at all of the points of interest in detail. We also get a neat little trailer showcasing these points of interest, as well as some of the areas we will come into contact with the enemy.
The size of the Ashika Island in its entirety is unknown as of right now, as it is hard to tell for sure from the video and images, but one could assume it will be around the same size as Rebirth Island. There is also a throwback being added into the mix from Call of Duty: World At War, and that would be Tsuki Castle. This is remodeled a bit, but longtime fans will easily be able to tell this is from the original Castle map that can also be seen in Vanguard. Players can find the Tsuki Castle in the dead center of Ashika Island.
On top of the new map, the update will also include quite a few quality-of-life changes, an entirely new version of DMZ that includes scaling difficulty level and a new location, as well as a few other additions that have yet to be announced.
The new season will be available on February 15, 2023, for both Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0.