With the destruction of Verdansk divided into two parts, the players of the waiting area are looking forward to the end of the final event of season 2 before jumping into the long-awaited Verdansk of the ’80s.
Some war zone players; however, they did not have to wait, as they managed to access the new map before the official launch in the early hours of April 22, 2021, before Raven Software quickly took it out of the game.
Here’s a preview of what Verdansk will look like in the 1980s in COD Warzone Season 3.
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CODE: Warzone players have had access to Verdansk since the 1980s before its official launch
Accessible through private matches, Verdansk in the 1980s was initially accessible to players before being eliminated. The professional Bartonologist player managed to sneak a game before closing, giving players a comprehensive look at the revamped map.
Labeled “Flashback”, players will find themselves in Operation: Subversion, parachuting from helicopters over a different-looking Verdansk.
The most striking thing is that the map looks much greener and more vibrant compared to today’s Verdansk. Other points of interest have been modified to suit the time period of the 1980s, with a stadium under construction. A new point of interest of the salt mine is also present, and the range is something that players can climb.
Most interesting is that the Gulag has been completely removed from the mode and has been replaced by the Standoff, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 map.
Yesterday, Warzone finally conquered Verdansk. This put an end to the zombie event and moved the players to Rebirth Island for now.
The second part of the destruction of Verdansk will take place on April 22, 2021, and Old Verdansk will be available to all players of the War Zone very soon.
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