Call of Duty: Warzone map consists of all Ground War maps with some extra locations, similar to how Blackout map was designed but will be significantly larger than the Blackout map, judging by the latest leaked images.
As we get closer and closer to the release of Call of Duty: Warzone, the rumoured, standalone battle royale mode, new leaks have been surfacing all over Reddit and social media. Earlier this week, we got a first proper look at Warzone map and its size.
As you can see here , the map consists of Ground War and other maps from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, similar to Blackout map design in Call of Duty's first-ever battle royale mode in Black Ops 4. Speaking about Blackout, Redditors also made a size comparison between the two maps.
The full-sized image in crispy clear resolution can be found here and as you may have noticed, Warzone's map is significantly larger than Blackout's. This was expected since Warzone is rumoured to support up to 200 players so it makes a lot of sense to expand the battleground.
On top of this, Warzone map features a lot more buildings including two huge city areas, one of them being Tavorsk District map from Ground War.
Of course, Activision are yet to officially announce Call of Duty: Warzone but according to latest rumours, that could happen pretty soon. Some suggest that 10 March 2020 is set as a release date for the free-to-play mode while the embargo on videos and other content will drop the day before on 09 March.