Las Almas Warzone 2 map: Leaked release date, POIs & more

Warzone 2 logo in front of Las AlmasActivision

Leaks have revealed that Warzone 2 will be getting a brand-new battle royale map called Las Almas, which is set to be a change of pace from Al Mazrah. Here’s everything we know about the Warzone 2 Las Almas map so far, including the leaked release date.

Since Warzone 2 arrived back in November, players have spent their time on Al Mazrah, the desert map that features a number of classic CoD 6v6 maps as POIs. Resurgence’s Ashika Island was added later, but Al Mazrah has remained the backdrop for both battle royale and DMZ mode.

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On May 11, a major leak revealed that CoD 2023 will be titled Modern Warfare 3, but it also shed some light on a new Warzone 2 map called Las Almas. This came shortly after dataminers uncovered the Vondel Resurgence map expected to arrive down the line.

Here’s everything we know so far about the Warzone 2 Las Almas map, from how it could look to the leaked release date.

Warzone 2 Las Almas leaked release date

According to the leak from Insider Gaming, Warzone 2’s Las Almas will launch in Modern Warfare 3 Season 1, which will reportedly get underway on December 5, 2023. This would be just under a month after MW3’s alleged release date which the leak claimed was November 10.

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Of course, this is all based on leaked information that has yet to be confirmed by the developers themselves, so there’s every chance that the schedule could change. We’ll be sure to update this section with any details as soon as they’re revealed.

Warzone 2 Las Almas map explained

Las Alamas map in MW2Activision
The Las Almas map was first spotted in the MW2 campaign.

We first got word of a Las Almas battle royale map for Warzone 2 during the Modern Warfare 2 campaign. The mission El Sin Nombre took place in the Mexican region of Las Almas, and players quickly found a map of the area lying on a table.

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Many speculated that it looks typically like a battle royale map that would suit Warzone 2, and the leak from Insider Gaming seems to corroborate that it will be the follow-up to Al Mazrah.

The Las Almas map found in the MW2 campaign featured plenty of populated areas, mountainous sections, and even rivers to help with traversal. Only time will tell if the devs stick with the same layout, or if the design has changed based on feedback from Warzone 2 so far.

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There’s also no word on whether or not Las Almas will replace Al Mazrah, much like Caldera did Verdansk, or if the two will be part of a rotation similar to Apex Legends.

Warzone 2 Las Almas POIs

As Warzone 2’s Las Almas is yet to be officially revealed, we don’t currently no any of the POIs or locations set to feature on the map. However, as it’s set in the same Mexican region, it’s safe to assume that the Mercado Las Almas map from Modern Warfare 2 will make up one section.

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The devs like to include old-school CoD maps in their battle royale designs, so fans can expect to see more familiar locations around Las Almas.

That was everything we know about Las Almas in Warzone 2 so far, we’ll be sure to update this page as soon as we know more.

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