COD Warzone’s second mobile leak provides further evidence that the Verdansk map may be returning

Another leak for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile points to the return of Verdansk, with up to 120 player lobbies and battle pass progression shared with Modern Warfare II. Although this information has already been leaked, a second source provides additional evidence that Verdansk could return for Warzone Mobile.

As reported by Leaks in service, some people were able to access the Warzone Mobile store listing on the Google Play Store, which has a lot of information about the upcoming mobile release. The store listing indicates that Verdansk, the original Warzone map that was swapped when Call of Duty: Vanguard released, will be in the mobile version.

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The leaked store list also includes information on shared progression between Warzone Mobile and Modern Warfare II. The games would apparently share progression through the Gunsmith and the Battle Pass, similar to Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard. It does not explicitly state whether Warzone Mobile will have shared progression with the current Warzone or the upcoming Warzone 2.

Another part from the store listing states that Warzone Mobile will support up to 120 real players in a match. Another part mentions the lowest number of bots among all mobile battle royales, so the total number of players for each match could be higher.

All of this information had previously been leaked through the source code on the Warzone Mobile website, so more and more signs are pointing to Verdansk’s return to Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile. Activision recently revealed that Project Aurora is the next Warzone Mobile.

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