New Warzone map delayed: What’s the release date of the new Call of Duty Pacific map?

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The new Warzone map has been delayed (Image: ACTIVISION)

The launch of the new Warzone map Caldera has been delayed by Call of Duty publisher Activision.

A short message was posted online today confirming the release date change for the new Pacific map, which is never seen as a good sign by fans.

The good news is that this new Warzone map delay isn’t significant in length and still means COD fans will be jumping into the new experience in December 2021.

There will be no tears during the holiday season, and Vanguard Season One is also being pushed back to stay in sync.

All other details remain in place, meaning gamers who bought Vanguard will be the first to play the new Warzone map.

This exclusive period lasts 24 hours and is followed by servers that open to everyone the next day.

WHAT IS THE NEW DATE OF THE RELEASE CARD?

Activision has confirmed that the release date of the new Call of Duty Warzone Pacific map has been postponed to December 8, 2021.

No reason was given for pushing back dates, with Activision posting on the official Call of Duty Twitter page:

“Update: Season 1 of #Vanguard and Warzone Pacific is now out on December 8. Vanguard owners have 24-hour exclusive first-play access to the Caldera map. Open access begins on December 9.

“Warzone will change the title to Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific, or “Warzone Pacific.” The new Pacific officially launches as part of Vanguard’s first season of content. A map roughly the size of Verdansk, which he will be replacing as part of the update. This new map is based on two years of research and community listening.

“Built on the same technology and engine as Call of Duty: Vanguard, this map is visually appealing as it is ready to support the weaponry of this new game, and will feature fully optimized cross-play, cross-progression, and cross-gen support. to support. ”

No other details have been changed and there’s no reason to believe that other parts of the major Warzone update won’t launch at the same time.

This includes the new Ricochet Anti-Cheat System, which is launching on PC at the same time.

While many gamers enjoy going to Verdansk and Rebirth Island, many others have quit out of frustration. And this has nothing to do with weapon nerfs or map changes, but because of the issue of cheating within Warzone.

Affecting those in the highest lobbies, cheating ruins a match that can take up to 40 minutes to complete. So it’s no wonder that so many fans have left Verdansk behind due to the frustration of being beaten by hackers.

It’s unclear how effective the new Warzone anti-cheat system will be, but there’s plenty to learn about its implementation, which can be found below:

Anti-Cheat brings a broad security enhancement for Call of Duty, with server enhancements for Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone. The first launch in Warzone later this year is a new kernel-level driver on PC.

The driver will be integrated into Call of Duty: Vanguard at a later date. The new initiative provides rapid iteration to combat a sophisticated and evolving problem.

Kernel-level drivers are given a high level of access to monitor and manage software and applications on a PC, such as your PC’s graphics card driver.

The driver element of the RICOCHET Anti-Cheat System controls the software and applications that attempt to communicate and manipulate Call of Duty: Warzone, providing the overall security team with more data to strengthen security. Once the kernel-level driver is deployed; it is required to play Warzone.

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