Call of Duty: Warzone’s Verdansk map isn’t any extra, not less than for now. As half of the sport’s season 2 finale occasion, which can lead instantly into season 3, a large in-game nuclear missile launch has worn out your entire map. Or that’s what occurred in case your recreation didn’t crash.

The missile launch was half of a Warzone occasion that even received its personal special playlist referred to as “Destruction of Verdansk, Part 1,” and it definitely lived as much as its identify. The occasion began out similar to a traditional match of Warzone. However, the an infection zones which were across the map for the final a number of days slowly began to develop earlier than taking on nearly your entire map.

Any time gamers died wherever on the map, they got here again as zombies, resulting in a match that was nearly fully zombies by the tip. Just because the map was utterly overrun, a warning came to visit the radio to exfil from Verdansk as a result of a nuclear launch was incoming. However, it appears the warning got here slightly too late and seconds later a nuclear missile exploded onto Verdansk, seemingly destroying the map. After that, the sport ended and gamers returned to the principle menu.

Unfortunately, the mode proved to be slightly too common for Call of Duty’s servers. For most gamers, the mode took a number of tries to truly attain its meant conclusion as the sport was plagued with crashes that ended matches early. Thankfully, Raven has launched a brand new replace which it says should help prevent these crashing issues.

Currently, the one possibility within the menu is to re-enter the “Destruction of Verdansk, Part 1” mode, however that’s prone to go away when the occasion involves a detailed at 5 p.m. EDT. After the occasion goes away, we’re prone to get our first have a look at what comes subsequent for Warzone, not less than based on Raven Software’s schedule.