The enormous Warzone 2.0 map, Al Mazrah, features a number of returning CoD maps as its POIs, including Highrise, Terminal, Quarry, and more.
Many of the POIs in Warzone 2.0’s map Al Mazrah, are based on or recreations of classic CoD4, Modern Warfare 2, and Modern Warfare 3 maps.
These maps have been brought to life with exquisite detail thanks to the new graphical capabilities of Warzone 2.
However, if you’re wondering exactly which parts of the map these returning CoD maps are located in, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered.
Classic CoD Maps In Warzone 2 & Their Location
There are currently five returning CoD maps that have been used as POIs in Warzone 2, which are:
- Showdown (Ahkdar Village)
- Terminal (Airport)
- Highrise (Al Mazrah City)
- Dome (Observatory)
- Quarry (Quarry)
These maps also appear in the brand-new Warzone 2 DMZ mode, as it shares the same map. As that mode is a little more relaxed, it’s probably the best way to explore these unique POIs.
If you’re thinking of exploring these POIs in the DMZ mode, then make sure you know how to exfil in DMZ and extract with your loot, so you can get out of there quickly once you’ve had a look.
Ahkdar Village (Showdown – CoD 4)
As many keen-eyed fans have spotted, the POI Ahkdar Village seems to be based on the classic Modern Warfare map, Showdown.
This POI can be located South West of the Al Mazrah map near Airport, Al Sharim Pass, and Observatory.
Showdown is a small, close-quarters map that has appeared in both Modern Warfare and Modern Warfare: Remastered. Traces of it are absolutely visible in Ahkdar Village.
Airport (Terminal – Modern Warfare 2)
Airport takes heavy inspiration from the iconic Modern Warefare 2 map called Terminal while still feeling fresh and new.
It is located all the way to the South East of the map, just above Fortress but slightly below Ahkdar Village.
Airport is a much more expanded version of the Terminal map, featuring additional spaces and buildings. However, it is clear that parts of this POI have taken direct influence from that original map.
Al Mazrah City (Highrise – Modern Warfare 2)
As part of the enormous Al Mazrah City POI, players can revisit the iconic Modern Warfare 2 map, Highrise.
It is located in the center of the Al Mazrah City POI, which can be found in the North East of the Warzone 2 map.
Just like in the original map, Al Mazrah City features a highrise building nestled between two office complexes. You’ll also spot a helicopter on the helipad, which you can actually fly this time.
Observatory (Dome – Modern Warfare 3)
The Observatory POI in Warzone 2.0 is based on the Modern Warfare 3 map, Dome. The similarities between the two will become obvious the moment you drop in.
It is located in the Southern part of the Al Mazrah map, nestled between Ahkdar Village, Hydroelectric, and Sarrif Bay.
Like the majority of these POIs, Observatory expands upon the original Dome map considerably. Nevertheless, the foundations of the original Dome map remain entirely intact.
Quarry (Quarry – Modern Warfare 2)
Whereas the other POIs in Warzone 2 have tweaked their names, Quarry has the same name as its MW2 counterpart. However, as fans might expect, a lot more has been added to it.
You can find the Quarry POI on the North West side of Warzone 2’s Al Mazrah map, near the Rohan Oil and Port POIs.
The Quarry POI is fitted with all the sights you’d expect to see. You’ll see the iconic crane at its core, as well as the surrounding buildings and blocks of stone.
Before you jump in and visit these iconic locations, you may want to check out the best guns in Warzone 2, so you can eliminate the competition with ease.
Also, should you be shot down while exploring, it’s best to know how to redeploy from the new Gulag map in Warzone 2.0.