It’s game over for Call of Duty: Warzone ‘current day’ Verdansk
Sorry, Call of Duty: Warzone fans, but the Verdansk map as you know and love it is gone forever. That’s because Amos Hodge, associate creative director at Warzone developer Raven, has declared the current-day Verdansk map’s nuking is permanent.
“Players don’t know it, but current day Verdansk, they’ll never play in that state again,” Hodge said in a video detailing the new 1984 Verdansk map.
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