Warzone Fortune's Keep Map Changes: All Adjustments in Season 4 Reloaded

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Image showing Warzone players packing gold on Fortune's Keep map
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The launch of the Fortune's Keep map in Warzone has proven a huge success as players look for an alternative to the Pacific island of Caldera. The Season 4 Reloaded update for the battle royale includes the Vargo S assault rifle along with a wealth of buffs and nerfs expected to change the meta.

Alongside the new content, Raven Software has made adjustments to Fortune's Keep following player feedback claiming the pacing of the map wasn't as good as Rebirth Island. Following the first few engagements, players found the pace to become much slower than they desire.

With the community on the hunt for the best Warzone guns to use, the developer has listened to feedback and has made a number of Fortune's Keep map changes to tweak the timing of matches in addition to a further nerf to the Radar Jammer Field Upgrade.

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Warzone Fortune's Keep Map Changes

Within the Season 4 Reloaded patch notes, Raven Software unveils changes to the gas circle for "faster match pacing" in order to improve the experience for players.

Gas Circle

  • The Gas Circle radii size and timings have been rebalanced for faster match pacing. We are going to continue to review data and sentiment as we finetune the Fortune's Keep experience.

Depending on the success of a faster pace of play, there's always a chance the developer could revert the chances or apply further increases to speed up matches.

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Warzone Radar Jammer Nerf

Following the July 13 update, the Radar Jammer Field Upgrade receives another nerf in Fortune's Keep. Prior to the nerf, the radar coverage impacted the vast majority of the map which made it impossible for players to utilise a UAV to their advantage.

While the coverage no longer covers most of Fortune's Keep, the Season 4 Reloaded update has reduced the drop rate of the Field Upgrade so it aligns with the drop rate of Rebirth Island.

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Speaking of Rebirth Island, players can drop into the action as part of the Rebirth of the Dead LTM which marks the return of zombies to the battle royale.

That's all of the Fortune's Keep map changes in the Warzone Season 4 Reloaded update. For more, check out our guide on the best Warzone SMG to use as attention turns toward the launch of Season 5.