The Warzone Pacific Map has been leaked as a part of the game's collaboration with the next Call of Duty title coming out this fall. In a report from VGC, Call of Duty: Vanguard will not be shown at this year's E3, but instead will be announced later in the summer. As part of Vanguard, which is partly set in the Pacific theatre of World War II, a new Warzone map will arrive around Vanguard's release date and feature a WWII-themed Pacific map.

Warzone Pacific Map: Everything You Need to Know

The new map is allegedly the largest yet and will be a part of a massive amount of new content for the game to help celebrate the launch of Vanguard in Fall 2021. According to VGC, there will be new vehicles for players to explore the map and the announcement that the two games will share the same game engine, making cooperation between the two more seamless than it currently is with Warzone and Black Ops: Cold War.

Call of Duty: Vanguard will also feature a full campaign, multiplayer, and zombies mode all set in World War II. The release date hasn't been officially given, but fans can expect the game, and the new additions to Warzone, to arrive in November. While this Warzone map is expected to make the cut, an unreleased map for Warzone set in the Ural Mountains was leaked, and later taken down via copyright strike.