Even though there's still plenty of focus on the Operation Monarch event taking place in Warzone, attention is already turning towards the launch of Warzone 2 and what Infinity Ward has in store for the next era of battle royale action.
Following a huge leak claiming major changes are coming to various gameplay mechanics, new information continues to appear much to the excitement of players.
The latest leak reveals a rough layout of the Warzone 2 map showing the locations of all points of interest in addition to the bodies of water that run through the map.
Warzone 2 Map Layout Leaked
Following an earlier sketch of the Warzone 2 map layout, notable Call of Duty leaker Tom Henderson shares a more detailed drawing of the new map alongside the locations of points of interest (POI) and information on a railway track that runs all around the map.
The TryHardGuides report includes an image of what the Warzone 2 map looks like. The map contains plenty of elevated areas in addition to large POIs that dominate the map.
The presence of water is certainly interesting. Henderson claims the swimming mechanic is making its Warzone debut alongside the new map, giving players new ways to navigate the map.
As always, take leaks with a pinch of salt but considering the information we already know about Warzone 2, there's a chance the sketch bears some resemblance to the new map arriving with Warzone's fresh start.
In addition, Henderson claims a number of maps from 2009's Modern Warfare 2 will act as points of interest (POI) on the new map. A report says Favela, Afghan, Terminal, Quarry, and Highrise will all appear on the new map. There's still plenty of time for things to change but from recent leaks, Warzone 2 is shaping up nicely.
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