Call of Duty: Warzone players are desperate to see the classic Verdansk map return, and here’s everything we know about whether it’s coming back.
Every year, Warzone’s developers introduce a brand-new map to launch with the latest CoD game, but it’s the very first map, Verdansk, that players are desperate to see again.
Rumors have been swirling about Verdansk’s potential return ever since it was removed, and players became even more convinced when Modern Warfare 3’s campaign took them to classic locations like the Stadium, Military Base, and Dam. But is Verdansk actually coming back?
Here’s everything we know about Verdansk’s return to Call of Duty: Warzone.
Will Verdansk return to Warzone?
While there’s no official news regarding Verdansk’s return to Warzone, a report by insider Tom Henderson claims that Verdansk will arrive with the next Black Ops game in 2024, and CharlieIntel has heard similar information.
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If Call of Duty follows its established pattern, Call of Duty 2024 will arrive in late October/early November, and then Verdansk could return with the Season 1 update in December, 2024. Which version of Verdansk it would be isn’t clear either – they could bring back the original Verdansk with the fully built stadium, Verdansk 84 with classic maps like Summit, or another version with new POIs and map changes.
If you can’t wait for Verdansk to arrive on the console and PC version, it’ll be the map featured in Warzone Mobile. The game is available in select countries like Germany, with the worldwide launch set for Spring 2024, featuring cross-progression with MW3 and Warzone so you can keep leveling up your guns and Battle Pass while playing.
Also, fan-favorite Resurgence maps Rebirth Island and Fortune’s Keep will make their way to Warzone on PC and console throughout 2024.