The crater map of the Call of Duty Theater is outdated, and Vanguard owners can access it 24 hours in advance

Call of Duty: Vanguard We will see the most extensive changes when the latest work of the long-running FPS series finally arrives after a week. Call of Duty: War Zone Since the launch of Free Battle Royale Companion.

So far, we have seen incremental changes in Rebirth Island and Verdansk, and you can look forward to a brand new map, this time in the Pacific Ocean; Crater.

In a large-scale new updateActivision detailed the launch plan for the new Warzone update-and the launch of Vanguard.

Let’s talk about the date first: Call of Duty: Pacific Theater roll out December 2, Anyone who picks up Vanguard can enter the game in advance and log in December 1.

Next, let’s take a look at Caldera: the new map has more than 200 points of interest, with a huge volcano in the middle of the map, huge cliffs, white sandy beaches, and so on. Activision is keen to point out that Caldera is built on the same technology and engine as Call of Duty: Pioneer-this means that the two games will be able to share updates simultaneously, allowing players and developers (hopefully) to add new content The whole process is smoother.

In order to showcase the content provided by the new map at the beginning of the release, the Vanguard Royale mode will be open to everyone from the beginning of the season. This will allow you to get used to AA trucks and biplanes, which will become a core part of the Warzone Pacific experience-as you can undoubtedly see from the screen embedded on this page.

In Vanguard Royale (and later another mode called Vanguard Plunder), only Vanguard weapons can be used for loading. This restriction is intended to “simplify metadata” and give new players the opportunity to join without facing a fully maximized load at launch. Explain: If you are a new Warzone player, you will not be handed over to you by professionals due to the difference in loading on the release day.

In order to make you feel good about all of this, from November 18, A new limited-time mode called Operation: Flashback will begin in Warzone as a celebration of the Warzone story so far. This event will allow players to experience the events of the Verdasnk map over the past 18 months. During this period, anyone who plays (and wins) Warzone can get badges and animated business cards.

This led to another incident November 24 Later: From this day on, the secret activities of the Pacific will allow you to investigate the history and legends of Caldera before it officially enters the game. This will happen in the vanguard and war zone.

Then in November 30, It sounds like Verdansk will definitely be blown up. Activision, Beenox, and Raven are planning to “draw a spectacular and appropriate ending to your time in Verdansk”, which may make us “say goodbye to the city of Kastoria…forever?” Well.

If you are worried that any progress, unlockable items, cosmetics, etc. that have been unlocked so far will be taken away as Warzone migrates to a more pioneer-oriented setting, don’t worry. After the launch of the Pacific Theater, all Vanguard, Black Ops Cold War and Modern War operators can use it, and “your progress-your player level, battle pass system, etc.-are synchronized in Vanguard, Black Ops Cold War, and Modern Warfare.” And the Pacific Theater, the seasonal upgrade and prestige system will return.” Your military rank will be reset, but you will retain all the content unlocked so far.

Call of Duty: Pioneer Landing on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4 and PS5 November 5.

Since California sued Activision Blizzard, the publisher of Call of Duty, for alleged discrimination, bullying, and rampant gender discrimination in the workplace, things seem to be getting worse. Although the company dismissed some well-known executives including Blizzard president J. Allen Brack and studio human resources director Jesse Meschuk, and introduced new faces such as Disney’s Julie Hodges as human resources spokespersons, many people do not believe it It has done enough to address the concerns of employees.

Recently, Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick (Bobby Kotick) called for a pay cut after an ongoing legal dispute.