Season 6 of Warzone is well underway and as players begin to drop into Verdansk to test out the new weapons and roam the streets as Alex Mason, developer Raven Software has confirmed that the latest season of post-launch will be the last one to take place in Verdansk. This particular iteration of the bustling metropolis made its debut at the beginning of Season 3, completing the integration between the battle royale and Black Ops Cold War.
Prior to integration, Verdansk has been the home of Warzone since the game was released back in March 2020 and has proven to be one of the most popular maps in the history of the storied first-person shooter.
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The Final Season In Verdansk
Season 6 has seen some drastic changes to the layout of Verdansk, ranging from the widespread destruction of Downtown and Stadium to the discovery of underground bunkers dating back to World War 2. These changes have been met with plenty of positivity from the community that has been disappointed with the lack of map changes taking place in previous seasons. The departure of Verdansk was confirmed by the developer during the Season 6 Studio Broadcast on October 6th.
Raven Software has yet to provide any information on how Verdansk will be departing from the Call of Duty universe, but if we take a look back on how the 80s version of the map made its appearance, there's every chance that it will be an explosive conclusion to the first chapter of the Warzone story.
What Next For Warzone?
Warzone will be making its way to the Pacific once Season 6 comes to an end in early November. The new map complete with all-new points of interest and environments is expected to arrive alongside the integration of Call of Duty: Vanguard which releases on November 5th.
Integration with Warzone won't be happening straight away, with recent rumours revealing that it will take place alongside the launch of Season One, reportedly releasing on November 23rd.