The New Warzone 2.0 Map, Al Mazrah, has been revealed with details on every POI.
After having to endure through Caldera, most Call of Duty fans were excited to finally get a new map in Warzone 2.
Well, the wait is finally over, and we have our first look at “Al Mazrah”, the battle royale arena for Warzone 2.0.
Warzone 2.0 Map ‘Al Mazrah’ Image
The Warzone 2.0 map Al Mazrah has been officially revealed.
We’re only a little while away from the release date of Warzone 2, and we’ve finally got our first look at the new map.
Can’t wait to dive into Activision’s updated BR? Here’s a countdown to when Warzone 2 will be going live for all players!
Warzone 2.0 ‘Al Mazrah’ Map Size Comparison
The new Warzone 2 Battle Royale map has been described as the ‘biggest Battle Royale map they’ve ever made’.
Al Mazrah vs Caldera
Al Mazrah is significantly bigger than Caldera.
The red outline shows Caldera sat on top of the Al Mazrah map.
Al Mazrah vs Verdansk
Al Mazrah is also significantly larger than Verdansk.
POIs in the Al Mazrah Warzone 2.0 Map
The Warzone 2 map ‘Al Mazrah’ features the following 18 POIs:
- Ahkdar Village (Based on Showdown – COD4 2007)
- Airport (Based on Terminal – MW2 2009)
- Al Mazrah City (Includes Highrise – MW2 2009)
- Al Sharim Pass
- Observatory (Based on Dome – MW3 2009)
- Quarry (Based on Quarry – MW2 2009)
- Rohan Oil
- Sa’id City
- Sarrif Bay
- Sawah Village
- Taraq Village
As you can see, several locations are based on previous maps from many years ago in the Call of Duty franchise.
A town of two sides – the East of Ahkdar Village is full of modern apartments, while the West consists of a world heritage site and markets.
This POI takes us back to the Terminal map which first appeared in the original Modern Warfare 2 (2009).
Al Mazrah City
The largest POI in the Al Mazrah map, this abandoned city full of high-rise buildings used to be home to almost a million people before they were pushed out.
Al Sharim Pass
A monastery and mausoleum on a hill overlooking a more modern village and a zoo below.
Caves may have a simple name, but this POI is anything but straightforward. It features an extensive network of underground hideouts for players to explore.
A huge graveyard that has seen better days. A fallen water tower has flooded many of the graves and the wall around the edge is crumbling down.
A medieval walled city that was turned into a museum. Fortress is once again a strategic spot to defend now that Al Mazrah has turned into a warzone.
Al Mazrah’s hub for renewable energy, thanks to the large river that flows through the region. This POI features everything from historical landmarks to modern industrial buildings.
What was once the site of a luxury resort and a town is now completely flooded and abandoned. You’ll have to be prepared to get wet if you head to Marshlands!
A location of calm within Al Mazrah. Ancient ruins, palm trees, and ponds make this the most tranquil place in the map.
A large observatory that is full of plenty of domed structures and located atop the tallest mountain in Al Mazrah.
A busy shipping port on the West coast of Al Mazrah that is full of warehouses. It’s also where the Rohan Oil pipeline ends.
The classic MW2 map Quarry has returned as part of Al Mazrah. It’s a large industrial area full of hundreds of large limestone blocks.
A sprawling oil refinery in the North of Al-Mazrah. The factory is so huge that there are even living quarters on the North and South sides of it!
Al Mazrah’s second city is home to a modern mall, old apartments, a medieval-themed carnival and even a minor league football stadium.
A bay full of Al Mazrah’s fisheries. It is also home to a vibrant downtown, a modern resort, and some islands.
A once-bustling village that has now been flooded due to rising sea levels. However, the first thing you’ll notice in Sawah Village is the huge freight ship that has crashed into it!
Finally, the war has reduced Taraq Village to a pile of rubble. Expect to get into some intense close-quarters firefights amongst the destroyed buildings.
Warzone 2.0 Al Mazrah Gameplay
The first Al Mazrah gameplay was captured by content creators following the Call of Duty NEXT event on September 15.
Westie’s video aove shows a full game of Warzone 2.0 on the new Al Mazrah map. Just remember that this is an Alpha build of the game so it is a bit rough in places – it should all be polished by the Warzone 2.0 release date though!
However, you’ll need to get used to this brand-new type of battle royale when this map finally goes live. After all, it seems that Warzone 2 is making major changes to the Warzone formula!
And it seems that one of Warzone’s most requested features will also be dropping with Warzone 2. We can’t wait to see what Al Mazrah has to offer.