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Warzone 2 Map Al Mazrah All POIs and Gameplay Details
The Warzone 2 Map Is Here!
Warzone 2 was officially revealed at Call Of Duty Next and will launch on November 16th, 2022. We even have the Warzone 2 Map that we can now look at and start planning for!
There was much to take in for the Call Of Duty Next Event. But arguably, the most significant announcement many fans were waiting for was the release of the new map set to come in the next Warzone Battle Royale experience.
Let’s take a look at the new Warzone 2 map and everything we know about it.
Warzone 2 Map Al Mazrah
Per the Twitter post from famed leaker Tom Henderson, fans can expect 18 POIs on the new map, with such exciting names as Fortress, Airport, and Cemetery. Jokes aside, the new map looks like it has a lot of details and places to explore, which is super necessary for a Battle Royale game.
Warzone 2 Map List of POIs
Down below, you can find the entire list of new locations we can expect to battle at the release of Warzone 2, but we will update it if any more information comes down the pipeline:
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New Points Of Interest In Warzone 2
- Al Bagra Fortress
- Taraq Village (formerly known as Wartorn)
- Rohan Oil (formerly known as Oilfield)
- Al Mazrah City (formerly known as Modern City)
- Hydroelectric (formerly known as Dam)
- Marshlands (formerly known as Marshes)
- Port (formerly known as Harbour)
- Sa’id City (formerly known as Sira)
- Al Sharim Pass (formerly known as Mountain Town)
- Cemetery (formerly known as Graveyard)
- Abkdar Village (formerly known as Oldtown)
- Sawah Village (formerly known as Shipwreck)
- Sarrif Bay (formerly known as Fishtown)
- Fortress (formerly known as Fort)
Warzone 2 Map Details
With the launch of the main game so close, Activision has given us a deep dive into the new map and its various features and upgrades. We know that Al Mazrah will be split into six sectors, each with their own topographical style and special features.
We’ve listed the different sectors below and described some of the things you can expect to find there:
Sector 01 – Al Mazrah Northwest
Sector 01 Al Mazra Northwest is a pretty decent mixture of cool places to check out, though the most obvious feature is probably the oil fields and settlements that make up most of this sectors ground. There’s also an oasis as well on the northernmost point of the area, but by far the most significant body of water is the northern shore of the lake that mostly resides in Sectors 3 and 5.
Part of the reason for focusing on water features is the new swimming mechanics that will make these locations interesting ones from a tactical standpoint. Many players rely on stealth to win BR games, so water could provide an interesting option.
Sector 02 – Al Mazrah Northeast
Compared with Sector 01, Sector 02 is way more built up. You’ll find cities, towns, and industrial zones all over this region, making it quite a choice for anyone who typically runs sniper rifles in Warzone.
That said, the huge amount of buildings might make it easier to see enemies coming and take them out, but it also makes traveling through the few open areas in the region much more dangerous.
Sector 03 – Al Mazrah West
Another interesting blend, Sector 03 is mostly urban areas, such as Sa’id City and the Hafid Port, both of which make this a moderately built-up place for a firefight.
The real beauty of this area actually lies underground. There’s a huge cave system just in sight of the nearly town, so if you’ve ever fancied running around some caves taking out enemies as you go, then this might be where you should head to once the game is live.
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Sector 04 – Al Mazrah – Zaya Observatory and Mountains
As you can probably extrapolate from the title, this is a particularly mountainous region of the game. You’ll find the observatory you might be familiar with from Spec Ops Mode in regular Modern Warfare 2 here, as well as a bunch of high-altitude urban areas to battle in.
There are also plenty of rocky outcroppings to hide in that overlook more open areas. If you’re a fan of the sharpshooter strategy, then this area might be your best friend. It has the concealability of a built-up region but with less concern when it comes to moving on.
Sector 05 – Al Mazrah Southwest
As well as finding the southern shore of the lake here, you’ll also find a cemetery and a small village, both of which are interesting choices when it comes to landing in Warzone 2.
The cemetery is just a fitting location to get into a protracted gunfight with people, since they wont have to go too far once you take them out. The village is actually really cool in its own right too, since it’s flooded and has a container ship smashed into the middle of it.
Sector 06 – Al Mazrah South
The final section, Sector 06, has the most coastline on the entire map. All 3 areas of this sector feature water in one way or another, and that includes the area that contains the fortress from Spec Ops mode.
If you can get yourself into the fort without going down, you might be able to fortify it. The only issue is that since it’s surrounded by water, it’ll only take one stealthy dude to get the drop on your right back.
Warzone 2 Map FAQs
What is the Warzone 2 Map Called?
The new Warzone 2 map is called Al Mazrah.
Will Warzone 2 Replace Warzone 1?
No, Activision has stated that the original Warzone will still be around after Warzone 2 launches.
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