Call of Duty: Warzone Gets Verdansk Air Trailer


Get ready to go on the vacation of a lifetime – the latest trailer for Activision, Infinity Ward, and Raven Software’s Call of Duty: Warzone takes players to the skies of Verdansk.

The Central and South Sectors of Verdansk have the most structures, which run the gamut from small suburban hamlets to towering skyscrapers. These Sectors are segmented by both the Gora (west) and Karst (east) rivers, along with a number of landmarks like the BCH TV Station in the north and sprawling Verdansk Soccer Stadium north of Downtown. The coastal park is also worth a visit too, offering up a less congested method of maneuvering and its own Spomenik to visit.

No matter where you go, there’s a wealth of potential for both scavenging and enemy ambushing. The entirety of Verdansk combines new and fan-favorite Call of Duty locations, providing a little bit of something for everyone.

See this area (as well as the other Sectors) from the skies with the trailer below:

Call of Duty®: Warzone – Verdansk Air Trailer

Call of Duty: Warzone pays host to a Battle Royale mode, featuring 150-player firefights where players compete to be the last squad standing. Players can also dive into its Plunder mode, which has players race to deposit the most cash.

Call of Duty: Warzone is free to play, and is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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