Call of Duty: Warzone celebrated its anniversary on March 10, with videos and special stat trackers released to celebrate the occasion. While Verdansk has evolved plenty over the past year, as new points of interest and mechanics have been added through every seasonal update, the map could be leaving sooner rather than later. While rumors about the nuke event’s March 11 start date will likely not be true, everything else seems to be legitimate — meaning that Verdansk could be leaving the game forever.
From voice lines and mechanics to the map that will replace Verdansk, Call of Duty: Warzone leakers have been uncovering and sharing as much as possible about the event. With the same sources leaking the arrival of Zombies in the first place, the rumors are likely to be true, and Call of Duty: Warzone seems to be setting the stage for an explosive moment in the near future. While some fans be ready to see Verdansk go, others may be sad when it leaves, so players that love the map should spend time with it while they can. Based on the following leaks, the fictional country’s days are numbered.
The rumors began long before Zombies ever showed up in Verdansk, with dataminers finding evidence of a possible nuke event in the game’s code. Further, nuclear devices became a big focus, as a missile was found inside Verdansk. While Activision and Raven Software seemed to be building up to something with the nuke, a cutscene ending Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Warzone storyline put the rumors to bed, as Captain Price disarmed the bomb. While this unsurprisingly caused the discussion to die down for a time, the leaks soon started up once again, and this time they were proven legitimate.
Several Call of Duty: Warzone leakers claimed that a ship would be arriving in Verdansk, and sure enough, the Vodianoy made its debut in Season 2. The rumored cargo of Zombies was shown to be accurate, as players have been killing them to complete challenges and open the yellow crate for the past two weeks. With these rumors proving true, players quickly took note of all the other nuke event leaks, and the list of rumors quickly began to pile up further. With Activision itself teasing the addition of more Zombies inside Verdansk, the another leak seems accurate.
Call of Duty: Warzone leakers @WarzoneNewz and @ModernWarzone have suggested that the nuke will be launched in response to an increase of Zombie hordes. Currently, the undead are limited to the shipwreck, with the location’s name crossed out in red on the map. Players believe that more locations will be crossed out over the next few weeks, with Zombies eventually covering most of the map. Players will then drop the bomb themselves as a last-ditch effort to contain the outbreak. Intriguingly, machines in each of Call of Duty: Warzone’s weapon silos seem to show the current infection rate, and these same terminals will likely be used to launch the nuke.
The actual Verdansk nuke event will supposedly take the form of a game mode called Plague. The leak comes courtesy of the aptly named @ZestyCODLeaks, with the mode’s description stating that “zombies have overrun Verdansk.” Players will need to “take it back,” with a nuke detonating if they fail to do so. This description lines up with several voice lines that were leaked, all of which highlight objectives mentioned in the description. The lines mention players needing to fight for their lives, failed extractions, and a 5-minute warning before the nuke goes off.
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