CoD Warzone shows the map of the Pacific and its plot connection with Vanguard

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Call of Duty: Warzone reveals what the distribution of its new map is like in the Pacific. The arrival of Vanguard will lay the foundations of the Season 1, which will begin next December. Caldera, its official name, will begin the so-called “Operation Alpha”, which will be set on May 16, 1941.

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On the other hand, we already know how the narrative of Black Ops Cold War with that of Vanguard. Adler, Woods and company enter a secret Verdansk bunker full of surprises. One of them is the encounter with a character who lived through the Second World War. His story will put the team on notice. Since it is the first part, everything indicates that we will get to know the connection in greater depth as the weeks go by.

This is what the whole map looks like

The image you have shared Raven Software shows an extensive map, full of opportunities by air, sea and land. Eleven points of interest stand out as key areas, which we leave you below:

  • Shipyard
  • Mineral Processing Docks
  • Ancient structures
  • Volcano
  • phosphorus mines
  • Beach fenders
  • Fishing village
  • Air port
  • Taro farms
  • Underwater base
  • Capital of the city

The city, located to the south, seems to be the place where the greatest number of paved roads converge. Actually the whole island is connected by a great highway that connects all the places. Naturally, all the areas between routes are accessible on foot, so a jungle combat just as you imagine it in such a context.

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Remember that Vanguard players will be able to access the map on December 2. This exclusivity period will only last 24 hours: starting on December 3, it will be available to the entire Warzone community at no additional cost.

Source: Call of Duty Tracker


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