A brand new map is coming to Call of Duty: Warzone next week to replace the iconic Verdansk, which was the primary battleground since launch. Here's how the two maps compare.
Call of Duty: Warzone's Pacific update is introducing a new Caldera map that brings plenty of sun and lush vegetation. It's the complete opposite to the grim and snowy Verdansk map that was in the free-to-play battle royale since day one.
With its vibrant colours and unique locations like caves, waterfalls and small villages, Caldera certainly looks stunning and more importantly, like a properly balanced a fun map. But how does it compare to Verdansk in terms of topology and size? Well, in the side by side images that we've attached in the article, you can see that Caldera seems smaller than Verdansk, which is around 9 square kilometres large.
Though, it's really hard to say whether Caldera is indeed smaller than Verdansk since we don't have the official information from Activision regarding the exact size of the new Pacific map. It does seem like Caldera is either just a fraction smaller or perhaps even bigger than Verdansk.
It's really hard to tell at this point and even if the map turns out to be a tiny bit smaller than Verdansk we don't think it's a big deal since the difference seems to be marginal. We doubt anyone will be ranting about this.
Call of Duty: Warzone's Pacific update is officially dropping on December 8, 2021. For more info about the Caldera map, check it out in full here along with its locations and points of interest.