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.
“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.”
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.