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Warzone Season 6 map changes: Downtown & Stadium destroyed, WWII Bunkers

Warzone Season 6 will bring a variety of map changes to Verdansk ’84, including destruction and new additions across the map.

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Warzone Season 6 has made a few map changes to Verdansk ’84, introducing new points of interest as well as drastic changes to the ones we all know and love. As well as this, some WW2 Bunkers have now opened up around the map, providing new loot opportunities.

Warzone Season 6 is out now, marking the final season of the Black Ops Cold War integration. As well as new weapons and cosmetics, Season 6 also sees the further destruction of Verdansk, with Downtown & Stadium now gone, and new WWII Bunkers coming into play.

Here is every map change to Verdansk ’84 in Season 6 of Call of Duty: Warzone.

New Warzone Season 6 map changes

Destroyed Stadium and Downtown

A large portion of the Warzone Season 6 map changes are a result of seismic charges that have destroyed portions of Stadium and Downtown.

The Verdansk ’84 Stadium is now wrecked due to the artificial earthquake from the calculated explosions, which sent the cranes towering above down onto the construction zone and soccer pitch.

Players will have new areas to use to gain a tactical advantage over their enemies in this area.

Downtown is now a chaotic mess due to the Warzone Season 6 map changes as buildings toppled into the fissure, also caused by the earth-shattering explosions.

Players will undoubtedly be excited to explore the new version of Downtown and see how its destruction will impact gameplay.

World War II Bunkers

Players can now explore a new set of bunkers on the Season 6 map, as the new makeover has uncovered various World War II-era Bunkers that will provide some hints and teases for what players can expect to experience when Call of Duty: Vanguard integrates with the Call of Duty battle royale.

Warzone is no stranger to Bunkers as more modern Bunkers have previously been available to players, but as we close in on Vanguard, these retro Bunkers are more of a tie-in to the upcoming integration.

All of these map changes are available to explore now, and Raven Software has explained that this season marks the final time that players will be able to step into Verdansk. So go and savor it, and see what new plays and devious plans you can conjure in Verdansk in Season 6.


For now, check out our article on everything we know about Call of Duty: Vanguard.

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