Activision drops new details on Warzone Pacific map Caldera debuting December 8

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Call of Duty: Verzon is getting its first really new map in the form of Caldera on December 8, the Verzon Pacific map is set in Call of Duty: Vanguard.

This is the first major map change since the launch of Warzone in March 2020, when the audience level for the free-to-play Battle Royale exceeded 100 million due to an epidemic lockdown. Of course, this is another map change if you calculate the April 2021 map of Verdensk from the previous period (it was still the same as the original map).

Map Call of Duty: Vanguard will feature a new dedicated playlist (new view type) with new vehicles and weapons. The giant map has 15 special areas to explore and fight. For Vanguard players to be able to access Warzone Pacific 24 hours early, they must have played at least one Vanguard multiplayer game.

Above: The Caldera map of the Warzone has 15 sections.

Image Credit: Activision

As part of the Season One update, Ricochet will deploy a new, internally developed kernel-level driver on PC to help identify fraudsters in the anti-cheat Warzone. This kernel-level driver is coming to Warzone for the first time and will be required for all PC players as per this update.


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Caldera and Warzone Pacific is just the beginning of the free content to be offered in Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone’s Season One. More information is coming about two free functional weapons, new operators, zombie content, multiplayer modes and two new multiplayer maps that will launch on December 8.

Above: Sea views of Caldera.

Image Credit: Activision

Later in the season, fans can expect two more operators, additional core multiplayer maps and a return to the small-team tactical mode, additional zombie information, other free weapons unlocked by challenges, and festive celebrations in both games.

The map includes a range of locations, including arsenals, docks, runways, ruins, mines, peaks, beachheads, villages, power plants, capitals, resorts, sub-pens, lagoons, airfields, and fields. There are also hundreds of less interesting points on the map. In terms of competition, Battlefield 2042 is already out, and Halo: Infinite will debut on December 8th.


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