Call of Duty: Warzone Players Divided Over New Map

Call of Duty: Warzone players are divided over the new map and it hasn't even released yet. As part of a myriad of Call of Duty announcements today, which included delaying Season 1 of Black Ops Cold War and its intergration with Warzone, today Activision confirmed that a new map is coming to Warzone on December 16, the release date of the aforementioned Season 1 and integration. That said, what this new map will be called, what it looks like, or whether or not it's truly a brand new map or just an overhaul of the current map, remains unclear, though we do know it involves Rebirth Island.

That said, while we have little salient information about the map and zero media, it hasn't stopped fans from weighing in with their thoughts, and so far it's a mixed bag, with plenty not impressed. Some fans are accusing Activision of cutting content just to release it later, while others are pointing out that if the new map is just Rebirth Island, it hardly qualifies it as a new map. That said, there's also plenty of excitement as well, but also some confusion.

Previous leaks and rumors suggested that Rebirth Island would simply be Alcatraz from Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's battle royale mode, Blackout, but Rebirth Island is also from the campaign of the original Call of Duty: Black Ops, and it's much bigger than Alcatraz.

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Everyone is already ready for new updates until they come and they just complain about them


Im excited for the update once it comes out


Definitely ready for a new map


It's call of duty none of y'all got a say in the matter


OP Honestly we need a new map, don't know why anyone would disagree?

It's just the point of them calling it free. There was legit barely any content on release...


Honestly we need a new map, don't know why anyone would disagree?