Two cargo tanker wrecks and a feudal castle with cherry blossoms in the spring can be found on Ashika Island. Activision is incorporating Restore Honor, a map-exclusive feature that lets you earn some in-game money and intelligence by picking up the dog tag a player leaves behind the first time they die during a match, in keeping with the Japanese theme. By completing tasks based on the samurai’s Bushido code, you can earn items from the new “Path of the Ronin” seasonal event, such as a weapon charm.
Activision has shared what Call of Duty fans can anticipate from Warzone 2.0 on February 15th, just in time for the start of season two. The update will unveil Ashika Island, a brand-new map for players to battle it out for. The battleground, which draws inspiration from Japan, represents the return of Warzone’s Resurgence mode. If at least one of your teammates is still alive, the mode permits your operator to respawn more than once per match. By taking out adversaries, for example, you can reduce the time until your squad member returns.
On the Call of Duty blog, you can read a complete list of the updates Activision is making to Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0.