Is Fortune's Keep Bigger Than Rebirth Island?

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Season 4 of Warzone is right around the corner much to the excitement of players dropping into the battle royale.

The upcoming season will see the arrival of the Fortune's Keep map in addition to an all-new Battle Pass packed with 100 tiers of content. With the arrival of a new map, players are asking one particular question: Is Fortune's Keep bigger than Rebirth Island?

So far, we know that the new map is a similar size to Rebirth Island, leading to players expressing their frustrations about its potential removal.

With that said, here's what we know about the Fortune's Keep map size and whether it's larger than Rebirth Island.

Is Fortune's Keep Bigger Than Rebirth Island?

According to Warzone expert JGOD, Fortune's Keep is significantly larger than Rebirth Island.

The content creator used a scale to match the two maps before overlaying them to discover that the new map is almost twice as large as Rebirth Island.

Rather than using a scale, another overlay using the size of the roads as a reference hints at both maps being extremely similar in size. Although they're still similar, Fortune's Keep still looks larger than Rebirth Island.

Warzone Fortune's Keep Map Size

The increase in size could pose issues for Fortune's Keep if it does replace Rebirth Island for an extended period of time. With more ground to cover and no signs of the player count increasing, there's a chance Fortune's Keep matches could impact the fast pace of matches on a smaller Warzone map.

It's currently unclear if the new map will impact the game but it could lead to potential backlash from fans. Either way, the prospect of a new map is exciting.

That's all there is to know about Fortune's Keep being bigger than Rebirth Island. For more Warzone, check out our page for the latest Season 4 news, leaks, and guides.

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