Find out the release date for the upcoming ‘Secret’s of the Pacific Warzone & Vanguard event, which will uncover more about the new Caldera map.
Warzone players have been waiting for a new full-size map for well over a year now. However, this is still a bit more waiting to do.
Activision announced a load of new details including the release date for the new Warzone map ‘Caldera’ last night. It is still a few weeks away, but players will learn more about the Pacific map very soon.
This is thanks to the upcoming ‘Secrets of the Pacific’ event, coming to Warzone and Vanguard very soon. Find out the release date and the first details about it below.
But first, check out all of the new images of Warzone’s Caldera map.
Warzone & Vanguard ‘Secrets of the Pacific’ Event Release Date & Details
Warzone players who can’t wait any longer to play on Caldera can find out how to get early access to the new Warzone map. However, that isn’t the only way players can get a taste of the new map early.
Activision has announced the Secrets of the Pacific event which will reveal more about the upcoming new Warzone map, Caldera.
According to the Call of Duty Blog, this limited-time event will grant you “vital information” on the new Caldera map and its various points of interest.
Although, plenty of the Caldera points of interest have been leaked already.
To unlock this info, you will need to complete challenges across both Warzone and Vanguard. Both of the games will have their own tasks, challenges, and rewards as part of the event.
Finally, the release date for the Secrets of the Pacific event in Warzone and Vanguard is November 24. Activision will reveal more information about Secrets of the Pacific in the coming weeks.
Warzone fans will be hoping that this event is more exciting than the disappointing Halloween event ‘The Haunting’.
In other news, the new Warzone map will come with an improved anti-cheat system. Here is everything we know about the new RICOCHET anti-cheat system.
Plus, we also now have details about whether RICOCHET will detect Cronus and XIM or not. Stopping hardware plug-ins is also a huge part of preventing hackers from playing.
Finally, let’s hope this new system also makes the banning system more accurate. Plenty of innocent Warzone players have been banned recently.