• "Call of Duty: Warzone" Season 2 is currently live
  • The second season is scheduled to end in a few weeks
  • "Call of Duty: Warzone"Season 3 is rumored to get a new map

"Call of Duty: Warzone" Season 3 is just a few weeks away and rumors about the next map replacing Verdansk have been rife online. While many believe that the Ural Mountains could launch in the new battle royale "Call of Duty" title, a new image surfaced online that could disappoint expectant fans.

Ural Mountains Map

Contrary to earlier speculations, VGC's Andy Robinson and industry insider ModernWarzone claimed that the anticipated Ural Mountains map might not be added to "Call of Duty: Warzone" anytime soon. This information stemmed from a recent tweet made by reliable insider _Nanikos_. The insider shared an image of the said location and clarified that this is not the game's map launching on April 22.

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ModernWarzone confirmed the image and Robinson said that the map was likely being developed for "Blackout 2," initially planned to be a part of "Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War." Apparently, the map was scrapped because of the success achieved by "Call of Duty: Warzone." Robinson further added that instead of splitting the community by launching a new battle royale experience, devs reportedly decided to integrate "Black Ops Cold War" with "Warzone."

New Season 3 Map

Activision has not yet announced that a new map is coming to "Call of Duty: Warzone" Season 3 but the pieces of evidence are already piling up. Aside from multiple industry insiders claiming that the current Verdansk map would be blown up by the end of the second season, missiles can be seen in the sky. If rumors are true, it appears that the new map replacing Verdansk is going to be very similar to the existing map in the game.

However, it will feature a 1980s look to align with the theme of "Black Ops Cold War." VGC reported a few days ago about a video showing some scenes of this rumored new map. Unfortunately, the map footage was taken down after Activision DMCA notices, which further triggers speculations that the leak might be accurate after all. In the absence of official confirmation, fans should temper their expectations and take this information about the new "Call of Duty: Warzone" Season 3 map and Ural Mountains map with a pinch of salt.