The Ashika Island map from Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 is already available from Activision's team, establishing it within the free to play set within the Shooter Series' free-to-play setting.
The new location, also known as "Sea Lion Island," appears to be a crossroads of international conflict. Ashika Island is in fact used as a basis since Konni ultranationalist grouptraffic manager of chemical and biological weapons.
The new Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 map, which was unveiled at the beginning of this article, will debut with Season 2 of the battle royale. Ashika Island is a beautiful example of feudal Japan's rebirth of Return mode, as well as a beautiful beach club and historic center. Two massive cargo ships were also unveiled along the coast.
Season 2 of COD: Warzone 2.0 will have new features, including a map of Ashika Island, starting next February 15, 2023.