Activision detailed Call of Duty Warzone’s new Pacific map, Caldera.
The map is slated to launch as part of Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Season 1 on December 8.
Vanguard owners will receive exclusive access to the map for 24 hours before it becomes available to all Warzone players on December 9.
On Tuesday, it was revealed that Caldera is made up of 15 large, distinct areas that players can travel to and fight in, home to hundreds of points of interest to visit.
Warzone Pacific Caldera Map Trailer
Activision also released a new Warzone Pacific Caldera trailer offering a guided tour of the island.
The 15 district areas of Caldera are the Arsenal, Docks, Track, Ruins, Mines, Peak, Bridgehead, Village, Lagoon, Airfield, Fields, Sub-Park, the power station, the capital and the resort.
We’ve reposted images and details of each neighborhood in Caldera below, taken straight from the Call of Duty blog.
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Comprised of a large shipyard and forward base, the northwestern Caldera area offers a mix of indoor and outdoor combat opportunities, as well as unusual tactical positions such as deep dry dock basins. Further inland is a cluster of large buildings – a command center, administrative structure, barracks, training course, and firing range – with beaches and a small array of radar in the area. is from the Main Arsenal.
Formerly managed by the Ocean Freight Company, this large-scale industrial dock complex features the rusty superstructures of five massive cranes, a huge ship shed, the long-abandoned company headquarters, and an entire shipping yard (focus on the word expedition). The area also connects several nearby points of interest: fuel tanks, phosphate containers and the Mines et du Pic refineries, a military base with Quonset barracks near the Arsenal and a whole fishing village of residences. bamboo near the untouched jungles of the trail.
While the main airfield and airstrip at the Caldera terminal to the southwest accommodate most aircraft take-offs and landings, there is a secondary runway in the northeast corner of Caldera for those stationed at the Beachhead complex. or Arsenal-Docks. With the area half hidden in the jungle, you’ll pass individual houses and crumbling farms, and climb through steep rocky buttresses to reach this coastal promontory, complete with a dirt track. Further into the jungle is a military command center with its share of secrets.
Nestled north of the river village and west of the extensive mining works, this intact archaeological site contains the remains of structures, apparently created in a megalithic style around or before the 12th century, built with baluster joints that mimic geological columns natural volcanic. Find them near a fast flowing stream and venture east through a jungle ravine to discover larger ruins deeper in the hillside forests. Other surprises include a series of tiered pools and verdant hot springs.
A massive mining operation in the excavation, refining and hauling of phosphate gives way to meandering switchbacks, giant grinders, mine gondolas stretching from the main gorge to the docks, smaller factories, a line of railroad and steep embankments, all of which offer a mix of engagement types. Operators can also investigate a large factory, search for older mining sites, and come across a [[REDACTED]]with his own [[REDACTED]].
This is the high ground. Dominating the center of the map is a colossal peak of a dormant volcano, after which the entire island is named. The height advantage you receive for landing atop the Caldera Gorge and the Axis Military Battery facility being built here is offset by the exposed nature of the surroundings. Rock outcrops can provide respite should the area become a ‘hot drop’, as can the main gondola station that shuttles from the peak to the trail, or the magma chamber and what was built while it slept …
Head of the bridge
Carved into dunes on the northwest coast of the island, a vast network of defensive trenches lies beneath the communications center, a network of radar, barracks and a large-scale military complex, all built in anticipation of a storm by the sea. Further south are battery sites juxtaposed with a village of bamboo houses sitting on either side of a river gorge, with many main roads, dirt roads, footpaths, footpaths. of goat and a proliferation of jungle to cover in all directions.
Despite the remains of a freighter and the recent tactically positioned cannon sites in the foothills west of the peak, the bamboo huts, walkways, rice paddies and steep slopes of a small village remain intact and are ready to go. be explored. Further south and east is the main paved artery that circles the entire caldera. On either side is wilderness, interspersed with light industrial complexes, more modern 1930s structures, and suburban housing carved into the hillside with anti-aircraft pitches to deal with traffic from the adjacent airfield. .
Clear water lagoon
An old lighthouse proudly overlooks a shallow bay that is home to bamboo huts spanning several generations alongside a quaint coastal community with more recently built homes. Cross the lagoon to discover its secrets, including what remains of Captain Boucher’s plane …
The island’s main airfield has no shortage of planes or buildings to explore, including smaller support structures for personnel and a control tower with more than one entry point. Those wanting to cover themselves with the exposed tarmac and gaping entrances to each of its hangars may want to head to a section of buildings near the village or to the southern coastal border where Allied military forces have established their base of operations.
By far the biggest main point of interest in Caldera are the fertile agricultural fields just south of the volcano. In addition to the many small farms, there are light industrial depots containing agricultural machinery and storage, an administrative center, a water tower, stables and other landmarks to locate as you navigate the hilly landscape and lush of these parts. From many farm buildings, silos and remote lakes to logging camps, a military outpost and communication tower and rocky boulders, these are plenty of combat opportunities and routes to all areas south of Caldera.
Shark’s Lair Underwater Pen
Cut into a natural cove along the east coast of Caldera, is the island’s largest military installation: the sinister Sub Pen known as the Shark Lair. Built by Axis forces to house its naval submarines, one of which is still docked here, the lair is a huge interior space to explore and contain. Outside, several outbuildings and a bunker, complemented by an intricate system of underground tunnels, can be explored to gather the necessary supplies or contracts.
Caldera Power Plant
A mid-sized powerhouse with a pair of chimneys towers over the upper floodplain just south of the airfield, towering past lush greenery, stepped waterfalls, and ancient ruins found elsewhere in the area. Venture further south of the factory to find a large radio antenna and a civilian radio station.
Situated in a huge natural basin along the southern shores of the island, the main town of Caldera offers a variety of historic structures to check out, including the Royal Theater, the main Capitol building, and art deco structures like the fire station. and the police station located on either side of a functioning tram system. Along the western outskirts of the capital, a suburb and a hillside lighthouse provide space and height from the bustling downtown Main Street, while the coastal developments to the south of the city offer a luxurious yacht club and a seaside bar where a squad could prematurely celebrate their battle. Royal victory.
Royal Cabana Resort
Pristine sandy beaches, stunning surf breaks, cluster of cabanas, and a majestic main hotel structure were on offer to the well-to-do traveler of the Royal Cabana Resort. Operators heading to Caldera should expect to see the deserted remains of this complex, with a main thoroughfare providing quick access by vehicle. There is also a small square and a clock tower, a bus station and the entrance to the hotel itself. The resort’s grounds are large and lush, with shallow pools, ferns, and palm trees to explore in depth.
VGC exclusively revealed in June that the new Warzone map will be set in the Pacific.
Developer Raven Software confirmed this in September, saying it will feature completely original locations and share new engine technology with Vanguard, which is powered by an updated version of the Modern Warfare engine.