Call Of Duty Warzone 2.0: Ashika Island: Release Date And Latest Updates!
The free-to-play battle royale video game, Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 is a sequel to 2020’s Call of Duty: Warzone.
Last week, it was announced by the game developers that the players of the game will get a new resurgence map, Ashika Island.
The impending update is similar to that of Warzone 1’s Rebirth Island and Fortune’s Keep, the most celebrated gameplay by the players.
Latest Updates And Release Date
A trailer portraying the latest gameplay was released by Call of Duty: Warzone 2 lately. The trailer showed the Ashika Island map in action and revealed that the players will get to use the feature from February 15 onwards as the season’s new addition update.
It is the first resurgence map of the season that portrays a small island with a Japanese-model castle at its center. The latest map for battle royale comes with a set of rules that the players must be well aware of before the release.
In this latest update, the players will keep on reappearing as long as one member of their team remains alive.
With the revelation of the upcoming new feature, fans of the game are more excited since the previous Resurgence maps including the Rebirth Island became popular among the masses.
And as the latest trailer also seems more mysterious with the setups and details, players are anxious to know what hides behind the trailer and what more they’ll get to experience more than the previous royale maps.
As of the information given out by the developers of the game series, the Ashika Island map is built of both DMZ mode and the returning Resurgence mode.
And when the resurgence mode was first introduced, players were surprised to see both the update and at the same time celebrated the return of Warzone 1 as Warzone Caldera with the maps removed.
Will The Latest Features Be Worth The Wait
The teaser trailer of the Ashika Island map pictured the update on its full laurels and even highlighted many features that could excite the players.
The latest resurgence mode will help players to drop into a map and kill their enemies as they wish.
And as mentioned above, in this newest version, players can reappear to join the battle with their teammates until all of them are killed.
And most importantly, the player must notice that the countdown becomes lengthy each time a player dies.
When compared to the previous Resurgence maps, the Ashika Island is tinier, and a second map is specially designed for Warzone 2’s “Resurgence” respawn modes and DMZ.
It is defined as someplace that belongs to the small archipelago situated somewhere in the Asian Pacific region. The island seems to have some gorgeous art designs and most of the themes included creates fascinating discrepancies for the battles that come within.
The trailer was so captivating and the shots of the POIs were established beautifully. After the release of the trailer, it received mostly positive responses from the fans and they are looking forward to the release to delve deep into the hidden features of the latest update.
Ashika Island was developed by the developers of Fortune’s Keep, the High Moon Studios. The map is set in a fictional Japanese location with a Castle point of interest (POI) that is inspired by the Modern Warfare 2 map Castle.
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The colorful cherry blossoms in the trailer demonstrate the forthcoming features worth the wait.
As season 2 of the free-to-play battle royale video game gets mustered behind the screens with new features for its launch after a short delay, players of Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 is anticipating something huge, since the release is right around the corner, we can also wait patiently to know what hides in Warzone 2 Ashika Island.
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