Call Of Duty Reveals New Warzone ‘The Pacific’ Map

Call Of Duty Reveals New Warzone ‘The Pacific’ Map in Vanguard Multiplayer Trailer

In Vanguard’s Multiplayer, Call of Duty reveals something. Sledgehammer has some exciting announcements for us all.


It’s that time of year again and Call of Duty Vanguard’s marketing is in full-flow. Although Black Ops Cold War Season 5 Reloaded update is almost here, Treyarch’s title is coming to the end of its lifespan.

We’ll have a brand-new WW2 Warzone map soon with anti-cheat coming to Activision’s popular battle royale.There’s even more to enjoy for standard 6v6 fans.

After all, Call of Duty Vanguard will launch with an insane amount of Multiplayer content. And although WW2 fans want War mode to return, it looks like we won’t be short of fun experiences on launch day regardless.

And we finally have new details about what’s to come in the upcoming Beta weekend. Check out every weapon, killstreak, perk, equipment, and more coming to Vanguard’s Beta!

New Vanguard Warzone Pacific Map Revealed
It seems that the new Warzone map is being teased in the Vanguard Multiplayer trailer.

You’ll be glad to know that today’s Vanguard Multiplayer reveal trailer gives us a hint at the new battle royale arena if you’re a big Warzone fan,

At the very end of the high-octane trailer, we get a sneak preview at an interesting new location, The Pacific Warzone map. After an initial tease, Sledgehammer Games teased what’s new in the upcoming map.

It looks as though we’re abandoning Verdansk for the sunny Pacific, set in WW2. The footage below is only pre-Alpha gameplay, but the map is already looking better than anticipated.

The Pacific might not have the same issue as Vanguard’s; which is poor visibility in-game. After all, it’ll get alleviate player complaints because the sunny locale looks extremely bright.

That’s all we get about the Call of Duty Vanguard Beta – including maps, game modes, weapons, and more!

But there is bad newss for console fans. The Vanguard Beta has no FOV slider on PlayStation or Xbox devices despite players demanding the feature for months.