Resurgence Map is coming soon to Call of Duty: Warzone 2

By Tanisha Wankhade | Jan 20, 2023 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


Infinity Ward has ensured that one of Call of Duty: Warzone 2’s slighter popular modifications is getting regressed in the forthcoming Season 2 update. Al Mazarh is condensing the Gulag for an extra traditional Warzone 1 experience. Resurgence Map is coming soon to Call of Duty: Warzone 2.


The battle royale’s sequel initially rebuilt the Gulag from a 1v1 arena to a huger 2v2 battle, which also encompassed the extra danger of the minigun wielding “Jailer” NPC enemy. Al Mazarh’s Gulag has been badly obtained for forcing gamers to team up with another random gamer.

Presently, Infinity Ward has posted a tweet to declare that 1v1 fights are returning with Gulag modifications being made in the Season 2 update. It’s unlikely if the return to smaller fights will also eliminate the Jailer and his minigun, but the maker says more information will be disclosed in a blog post next week.

This declaration arrives a day after Activision ensured Season 2 of Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 is being postponed by two weeks. Initially set for February 1, Season 2 will now be releasing on February 15, providing the makers more time to execute modifications on the basis of gamer feedback. The latest tinier Warzone map and Resurgence mode are also coming along with the 1v1 Gulag for Season 2.

The previous major update for Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 comes back in December with the beginning of Season 1 Reloaded. The mid-season content added the Chimera assault rifle, Shipment multiplayer map, a new DMZ location, and Call of Duty’s first-ever Raid.

Season 2 will include a latest battle pass, additional weapons, and the following Raid episode. Keep in mind to look into our breakdown of all the buzz and leaks encircling Season 2 of Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2, adding the season’s potentially leaked Japanese theme and come back of the Ronin operator.

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