Call of Duty: Warzone is getting a fresh new look and the launch date for the all-new Pacific map has been leaked online.
The hectic battle royale game mode will be moving away from Verdansk for the first time since its release last year and has quickly become one of Activision's most precious projects.
So much so that the developers have opted to celebrate the launch of CoD Vanguard on 5th November with a new environment for players to explore - with the adaptations that were made when Black Ops Cold War was brought out by Treyarch.
On top of this, a new anti-cheat system will be introduced for Warzone on PC that Activision had initially promised would arrive back in August, and will be added to the game when the new Pacific map is integrated.
While no official confirmation has been made regarding when both of these will arrive, a leaker has provided a date that could suggest when players can embrace the new map.
Warzone Pacific Map Release Date
While we were aware that it could arrive around the Vanguard launch date, Tom Henderson revealed on Twitter that it will drop in-game on 23rd November 2021 - along with the new anti-cheat system.
The new Infinity Ward engine that will be used to power this is expected to be introduced around that time as well - although it is still not clear at this stage when this will be brought in to accommodate the new software.
That being said, many gamers are excited and millions around the globe are hoping that cheaters and hackers will be made obsolete on the CoD servers - something that YouTuber Vikktarr has rightly been complaining about for many months.
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