Call of Duty: Warzone Yesterday I lived an event that captivated Spanish players and players from all over the world. Its about bombing of the Verdansk map, an event that we already told you to culminate with the end of season 2 and that presumably to modify the appearance of this scenario. Users wanted to be present at this important moment of the game, and that caused the servers to have serious difficulties in accommodating all. Not in vain, yesterday Activision confirmed that the battle royale had reached 100 million players.
Everyone wanted to be in the nuclear bombing of Verdansk
The Operation Rapid Sunder has served for mark the beginning of Season 3 of the game, starting yesterday at 9:00 p.m. in the Spanish peninsular time. As rumors reported in February, the end of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and of Warzone Season 2 lead players to new game map. As you can see in the video that we have left you on these lines, Warzone’s Verdansk map was destroyed by nuclear bombardment.
As for the new map, its images were leaked thanks to a live action announcement leading up to Season 3, which seemed to confirm that Verdansk evolve to offer players a completely new design. Epic Games employed a similar technique to make the transition from the popular Fortnite Battle Royale to Chapter 2, conducting the event The end which was followed in a massive way to dismiss what was Season 10 of the game.
In the trailer we can see a Verdansk from the 80s who have a string of new locations, while other areas will be redesigned and others will simply enjoy a visual change improved. For example, in the advance you can see a stadium under construction and an aqueduct that replaces the dam. The airport, the television building, and the city center also offer a 1980s makeover.
Avalanche of players and crashed servers
Unsurprisingly, this milestone sparked a stampede of players wanting to be on the front lines to enjoy the bombardment of Verdansk. That has caused connectivity issues that have affected Warzone, a Black Ops Cold War already Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. As the company explains in its website, servers Warzone Y Modern Warfare are experiencing “outages”, while the servers of Black Ops Cold War They were limited on all platforms.
“We are actively investigating an issue related to long wait times in the server queue for #WARZONE“acknowledged Activision’s support Twitter account at 9:13 pm (Peninsular Spanish time), just after the Verdansk event kicked off.