The developer of the game Call of Duty said that it would not return to its original map Verdansk after yesterday’s refresh towards the new War zone map.
Although becoming a basic aspect of the game’s setting, the addition of Verdansk ’84 alters most of what we understand about the Warzone’s map, and this seems to be an irreversible change.
Using a studio broadcast, the Associate Creative Director said; “Players don’t know it, but current-day Verdansk, they’ll never play in that state again. Current day Verdansk is gone, and it’s not coming back.”
The team uses the update to address certain legacy issues with the existing Verdansk, not just for plot purposes.
On having a conversation with a gamer, he explained that the changes are done to fix the bugs that make the player fall under this map. Also, he added that this update gives a good opportunity to fix the glitches in the map and give a lifetime improvement to the game.
The gamer also said that one of the major problems if fixed in the new Verdansk 84 map that used to make a lot of trouble in the previous map Verdansk is that no one can figure out how to depict up its strangely unpassable cliffs. But in the new map, the rocks are pretty much easier to climb, and you do not have to struggle to climb the cliff with gas rolling in it. Also, he added that if one does it now as well, it would be the player’s fault.
Seven new locations are being added in the new map Verdansk 84, and there are many more alterations done that are going to make the map more vibrant, colorful, and less steep than what everyone is used to. The different Rebirth Island map is still engulfed in darkness at the moment.
Hence, this update could apparently bring success and give a new perspective about the war zone.