Warzone players react to Season 4 Caldera map changes & spot hidden details
Raven Software announced that Warzone Pacific Season 4 will bring changes to Caldera. On June 15 they showed off an image of what the map will look like in the new season, which has led to player reactions.
Warzone’s Caldera BR map hasn’t been the most popular since its release. Despite alterations to make the pacing better in both Season 2 and 3, players still feel as if the map needs more changes. Luckily, Season 4 is looking to bring those changes, but what do the players think of them?
Over on Reddit, players have been sharing their opinions on the new Caldera map for Warzone Pacific Season 4, which has produced a mixed reaction.
As well as potentially spotting Storage Town from Verdansk on the Season 4 Caldera map, players have also been reacting to “50% less vegetation & better visibility,” which the Call of Duty Twitter account pointed out.
Under a Reddit post that highlights the new Caldera changes, one user stated: “50% less foliage is huge! Great update.” Not everyone feels this way though, as others are less than impressed: “LOL I didn’t even notice that. I was just like “uhh looks the same?”
Other users noticed further changes to the map, including “new buildings toward the top right between Docks and Airfield,” as well as “A ship in Arsenal dry Dock.”
Even popular Warzone content creator JGOD seems to be happy with the changes, commenting under Call of Duty’s Twitter post: “It just keeps getting better.”
There are probably additional small changes that players will notice once the map officially goes live, as there’s only so much you can spot on the Tac Map.
In general, there seem to be way more small buildings and locations that players will be able to loot, which should make the map feel denser and flow better.
We’ll have to wait and see just how big these changes are, and if the community feels the update has improved Caldera once Season 4 releases. For now, check out everything we know about Warzone 2.
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