The Call of Duty community has been speculating for some time now that a Warzone Nuke event is imminent. According to rumors, a nuke is set to destroy Verdansk, ushering in a new era of Warzone by introducing a new map. As of now, there is no release date set for the event.
With the rumors circulating around the Nuke Event, which have been backed up by audio files discovered by data miners, many have been wondering what the new era of Warzone will look like. There are currently no details regarding what the new map will be. Many are curious to know if Warzone's developers will introduce changes to the game alongside the map change. One thing that seems certain, according to leaks, is that Verdansk will make a permanent exit from Warzone.
Leaker Claims Verdansk Will Not Return After Warzone's Nuke Event
Tom Henderson, a Call of Duty leaker, has claimed on Twitter that "the current plan for Warzone is that Verdansk will never return." In his post, Henderson also states that there will be "no separate playlist" or "map voting", and that "Warzone will continue to change its map as the story progresses."
With the Nuke Event rumors building up, the Warzone community must surely be tense, as the developers have yet to confirm them. The Black Ops Cold War Season 2 update introduced some changes to Verdansk. New points of interest, such as the shipwrecked Vodianoy and weapon silos, were added to the game. According to a teaser from Activision, the wreck of the Vodianoy will introduce zombies to Warzone. These updates to Verdansk may be the last, and players should enjoy them before the map meets its explosive death.