Call Of Duty: Warzone Leak Suggests A Return To A Black Ops Classic

Warzone might soon be shipping players to Alcatraz as part of "Rebirth Island" if the latest map leaks pans out.

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Call of Duty: Warzone might soon be getting a new map to wage war on, according to several map leaks attributed to this year's Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.

Fans of Black Ops 4 might recall recognize the landmass too, with the leak (via BlackOpsLeaks on Twitter) suggesting that Alcatraz will play host to Warzone gameplay soon. The splash screen isn't enough to determine whether this will be an addition to the existing map or a much smaller, new map to play on, but both prospects are equally exciting.

In addition to the leak of "Rebirth Island," two more maps for Black Ops Cold War were also shared. The first takes place in and around a snow-covered mall, while the second brings back another Black Ops classic in the form of Raid. It's not clear yet when these might be added to multiplayer, if at all.

Call of Duty: Warzone Alcatraz Teaser
Call of Duty: Warzone Alcatraz Teaser

Call of Duty: Warzone is going to continue existing alongside Black Ops Cold War's multiplayer, with several Cold War elements being added to the battle royale over time. The game still exists within the same multiplayer framework as last year's Modern Warfare reboot, and there's no indication that is going to change.

The latest patch for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War made a big change to the rate at which you earn XP in both multiplayer and zombies modes, as well as fixing a bug in the game's Nuketown '84 map that was letting players cheat death.

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