Call of Duty players are excited for the arrival of Resurgence mode in Warzone 2 Season 2. Here’s a look at the new Resurgence map.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Season 2 is coming and it's bringing a new game mode and map to go along with it. Here is everything we know about the Resurgence game mode.

Resurgence game mode is essentially battle royale mode but on a smaller map. To make it even more chaotic, players automatically respawn when eliminated as long as a teammate is still standing. The game mode was rumored to be making its return and now it looks like it's coming in Season 2.

When is Resurgence coming to Warzone 2?

Resurgence will be part of Season 2, which is coming to Warzone 2 on February 15. This mid-week update will bring the new game mode, a new map, new weapons, and new battle pass rewards. Players can also expect much-needed gameplay changes.

Everything we know about Resurgence map Ashika Island

Ashika Island is a new map specifically designed for Resurgence mode. Developers have shared official images of Ashika Island's POIs and the vibrant map appears to be inspired by Japanese culture.

The center of the map is Tsuki Castle, which features tight spaces for close combat and a "hidden space" within. It looks peaceful surrounded by beautiful cherry blossom trees, but this is sure to be a highly chaotic spot.

The Town Center is another interesting spot that features a lot of dynamic areas thanks to the market's many stalls. There are areas great for long range gunplay and close up battles, making this another dangerous area.

The Beach Club looks like a peaceful getaway with its oceanside views and tropical foliage but Call of Duty devs warned players that it's "not a vacation."

Then the Call of Duty account revealed a pretty surprising location that looked much different than the beautiful city featured in other areas. The Underground Waterway is "deep below the Earth," looking hauntingly desolate.

Other areas include Port Ashika and Shipwreck. There's also Oganikku Farms and Residential that will have intense close-quarter combat. Overall, Ashika Island appears dynamic and full of opportunity to cause some chaos.

Developers also stated that Ashika Island will be home to DMZ mode as well, providing a smaller and more intense style.

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