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Activision confirms Verdansk’s return to Warzone in 2023

According to an Activision employee, Verdansk is set to return to the game after the release of Warzone 2.0 in 2023.

It’s been almost a year since the original map was destroyed and replaced with the retro-styled Verdansk ’84, but the game’s first map is set for a big comeback in 2023.

This change will happen sometime after the release of the next entry in the main series and the all-new Warzone 2.0 experience in late 2022.

Verdansk officially returns to Warzone

Verdansk Gulag in Call of Duty Warzone
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Verdansk has been gone for almost a year, but there is good news on the horizon.

While it’s not exactly clear what fashion the beloved battlefield will appear in, we know it will be a limited release.

When discussing the future of the game during a Legion Farm Livestream, an Activision staffer noted that Verdansk would only appear on “certain platforms,” ​​which could tie into the Warzone Mobile leaks earlier in the year.

If the map were to return to Warzone as a whole, it would be the first time players have been immersed in a version of the classic environment since Caldera’s release in December 2021.

He also mentioned that Warzone 2.0 will feature a “new, big map” as part of its release later this year.

This is promising news for fans who may have been put off by the game’s new state, but the studio has yet to confirm the accuracy of this statement, so there’s still time to change things before one day or the other arrives.

https://www.dexerto.com/call-of-duty/activision-confirms-verdansks-return-to-warzone-in-2023-1806099/ Activision confirms Verdansk’s return to Warzone in 2023

Emma Bowman

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