This is a primary take a look at Warzone 2’s new Resurgence map Ashika Island

Forward of its imminent arrival in Name of Obligation: Warzone 2’s second season, Activision has given a primary correct take a look at Ashika Island, the free-to-play shooter’s beforehand teased new map.

Activision formally unveiled Ashika Island in a collection of posts on Twitter, explaining the brand new “small map” will play host to each DMZ matches and the returning Resurgence mode – which ups the tempo by dropping the participant rely to 40-50 and enabling respawns.

The accompanying aerial view of Ashika Island highlights various key factors of curiosity – labelled as Residential, Shipwreck, Tsuki Fortress, Port Asika, City Centre, Seaside Membership, and Ogaikku Farms – with 4 of the map’s landmarks getting a extra detailed reveal through the medium of screenshot and doubtful haiku.

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“Deep beneath the Earth/Lengthy tendrils branching outward/Heat is aware of no house right here”, is how Activision describes Ashika’s Underground Waterway, whereas the Seaside Membership’s haiku reads, “Not a trip/Don’t let cabanas deceive/Seize sand, take cowl”.

Additionally given the screenshot/haiku remedy are Ashika’s comparatively compact city centre (Lengthy vary or up shut/By way of the market’s many stalls/Discover the following shootout), and Tsuki Fortress: “Infiltrate shortly/Previous the tower’s defenders/Attain the hidden house.”

Ashika Island’s Underground Waterway.

Ashika Island’s Seaside Membership.

Ashika Island’s City Centre.

Ashika Island’s Tsuki Fortress.

In case your hype nubbin is sufficiently tweaked, Ashika Island and Resurgence arrive as a part of Warzone 2’s barely delayed Season 2 on fifteenth February. Additionally anticipate to see the return of the 1v1 Gulag in Battle Royale mode, problem tuning and a brand new Exclusion Zone for DMZ, plus DMZ looting and loadouts adjustments amongst Season 2’s different additions.

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