Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II

CALL OF DUTY: WARZONE OVERVIEW

CALL OF DUTY: WARZONE OVERVIEW

Urzikstan’s bunkers are opening up in new and intriguing ways, and after a DNA Bomb discovery, Popov Power seems unchanged. For the moment.

CONTENT SUMMARY

  • Urzikstan’s bunkers are opening up in new and intriguing ways, and after a DNA Bomb discovery, Popov Power seems unchanged. For the moment.
  • Expect an additional secondary exit hatch when exploring the Bunkers across Urzikstan, along with additional Gulag silo variants, offering new ways to approach your 1v1 duel for redeployment.
  • Buy Back Royale Solos? Specialist and Tac Sprint Perks on Urzikstan? A new UTV? Hot Zones and Redacted Weapons? Call of Duty: Warzone Challenges? Battle Royale is back in a big way!

Ranked Play Resurgence continues across Rebirth Island, with new Skill Division rewards to grind for.

Overview: Current Map Intel and Updates

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Combat across Urzikstan, Rebirth Island, Fortune’s Keep and Vondel continues, and though no major points of interest appear to have changed, the discovery of a mysterious DNA Bomb at Popov Power leaves you and your squad little time to discover incoming threats.

This truth may not be immediately obvious, but as the season progresses, additional discoveries may cause a significant shift in your plans….

Urzikstan Bunker Update (Launch, In-Season)

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Increased activity across Urzikstan seems to be focused on the Bunkers dotted across the warzone. After keycard access is obtained, an expanded interior may be accessible, along with high-level loot and additional intel regarding the location of [[REDACTED]]. Secondary Bunker exit hatches are likely to be active, allowing your squad multiple methods of escape. However, not all Bunkers appear to be accessible. Further investigation, and great care, is needed to solve this conundrum.

Urzikstan Gulag Update (Launch)

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Additional Gulag silos have opened up during Urzikstan Battle Royale matches, and recon teams have confirmed four different variants. Expect to randomly drop into one of them, offering you new ways to approach your 1v1 duel for redeployment.

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Gulag “S”: Stacked equipment and L-shaped plywood walls with an S-shaped central wall over the circular floor grate.

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Gulag “2”: A three-panel curved wall, stacked equipment against two walled sections, and two curved inner walls above the circular floor grate.

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Gulag “3”: Stacked equipment against two walled sections, with concrete L-shaped walls around the central circular floor grate.

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Gulag “8”: A rectangular concrete barrier wall outside long central section around the central circular floor grate with one plywood wall sprayed with a blue “8”.

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