What is the Call of Duty Warzone 2 Map?

For a few days now, rumors and information about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty: Warzone 2 have become more frequent and intense. That’s great.

We have been receiving several leaks about the upcoming Battle Royale, with one of the most important beings about Warzone 2 POIs. For those unfamiliar with the term POI (Point of Interest), these are the named areas where most of the action usually takes place. With this leak, a player imagined and created the Warzone 2 map.

A player creates the Warzone 2 map.
Tom Henderson, a regular insider of the saga, has uncovered all the points of interest in the future Battle Royale. If they are 18, a Reddit user had fun creating the Warzone 2 map, taking care of putting each of these POI to have an idea of ​​​​what could await us soon.

Although this is an illustration that comes straight from EMADALDEN221’s head, the player relied on the various leaks that have appeared recently regarding not only the POIs but also and especially their locations.

The result is quite impressive and gives us a clear idea of ​​what we could have. According to the imagination and talent of the latter, we should have a relatively large map, with a desert area in the north that includes an Oasis, a much denser northeast with a Modern City and all the buildings we can imagine, but also a port, and Lots, lots of greenery all the way south with Forst.

From what we can see, this Warzone 2 map is closer to Black Ops 4’s Blackout map and a clear departure from what we currently have with Caldera City.

Is swimming planned in Warzone 2?
Because of this imagined map, but equally plausible, we find, not without difficulty, that there are some areas of water with what we could describe as lakes and rivers. And if today in Warzone first of the name, we do not have the possibility of swimming, a leak from Tom Henderson indicates that the swimming mechanic should be present in the next Battle Royale.

Of course, if you play Warzone, you will have already realized that, curiously, in contact with water, at least up to the shoulders, the operators would die. This mechanic is quite lacking, and if it was present in Blackout, we might expect to find it soon enough.