A deeper look at the upcoming Caldera map in Call of Duty: Warzone has gone public, including with peeks of dozens of Points of Interest.
Finally, a closer look at Caldera, the new Pacific-set area in Call of Duty: Warzone, as well as the locale’s different Points of Interest, has appeared. The map was supposed to be released on Thursday, December 2, in Warzone and Vanguard; however, the devs pushed the date back to Wednesday, December 8. Call of Duty: Vanguard’s Season 1 content will be released on the same day.
The all-new Caldera map will be available to Vanguard players first through an early access preview phase that begins on December 8. Activision previously confirmed that everyone else would be able to participate in the fun the next day. Surprisingly, one player was able to gain early access to Caldera on Vanguard’s Shipment map by exploiting a spectator cam flaw. This partially rendered peek at the future site gave us a good idea of what to expect from the Caldera map. The wait for an official overview has finally come to an end.
The official Call of Duty Twitter account tweeted a photo of the Caldera map today, November 30. The map shows the 15 different portions of the location, including a Resort, Docks, Ruins, Mines, and Airfield. Deep dives into these and other regions are available on the Call of Duty website, including a closer look at each space. In addition, thousands upon dozens of small orange dots strewn across the Pacific-set area signify distinct Points of Interest, some spaced far apart, others appearing close together. Players will, without a doubt, have a lot of territories to cover once the additional content is released next week. In the tweet below, you can get a closer look at Caldera:
❌ marks your drop.
Where will you be dropping? #Warzone pic.twitter.com/F9btJRH0Q0
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) November 30, 2021
Users appear to have a wide range of options for where to drop onto the brand-new Warzone map. Most people, though, will want to see the entire island before settling on a favorite.
Vanguard Season 1 will also premiere on December 8, as previously stated. Last month, Activision released a content roadmap that described the season’s plans. Players can expect new modes, extra gear and weaponry, and Zombies-related upgrades, among other things. Specifics are currently unavailable, while a blog post on the franchise’s website states that additional information regarding Season 1 will be available soon.
Call of Duty: Warzone is playable on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.