Call of Duty Warzone 3 Map Will Have a Controllable Train Which You Can Drive Around the Map

Published 10/26/2023, 8:07 AM EDT

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During the Call of Duty Next, Activision announced the works of Warzone 3. The new title is set to be launched alongside Season 1 of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3. Several fans are now eagerly anticipating the update to Warzone and are looking forward to seeing what the game will introduce. One of the most thrilling features is the Urzikstan map.

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Along with the map, players can expect an overall revamp of the Warzone. This includes the introduction of many new features, weapons, and a new battle pass which will be released as a part of Season 1 of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3. Meanwhile, players will get to see a train on the Urzikstan map which they can interact with to get into better positioning.

Drive a train around Urzikstan in Call of Duty MWIII

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Recent reports suggest that Urzikstan will feature a unique and exciting addition: a drivable train. The news referred to it as a moving POI, signifying its dynamic and interactive nature within the map. The drivable train in Urzikstan has multiple elements. These include a hand brake, a Caboose, a UAV Tower, and a Buy Station.

Players should strategically use these elements in their Warzone matches to gain advantages over their opponents. Additionally, players will experience a new gameplay element as they control the movement of the train within the map through a network of tracks, allowing them to travel around the map more quickly. But players must beware of the fact that other players might always be waiting for them around the train.

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Interestingly, the official Call of Duty blog’s initial breakdown of Urzikstan’s POIs did not mention the drivable train. However, they stated that they would reveal more detailed information about the map as the launch of Season 1 in December approaches.

The Points of Interest in Urzikstan

Urzikstan will be bringing in 11 Points of Interests and the drivable train is just one of them. Call of Duty Warzone 3 will bring in 10 more points of interest that players can explore on their mission of being the last one standing.

Players can explore various points of interest, including the Levin Resort, a once-popular tourist destination that now lies desolate with defaced statues of General Barkov. Next in line is the Popov Power plant, which supplies energy to the region. The Orlov Military Base features missile silos, bunkers, and mountainous terrain towards the north of the map.

Seaport District offers a variety of marine buildings and an option to hide in the water. The next site is the Urzikstan Cargo, which is the main hub for import and export operations. This is where players can wage war between docks stacked with cargo containers. Another POI is Old Town, which was once the heart of the region. Low Town, on the other hand, is the current central location on the map.

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For a more rural setting, there’s Hadiqa Farms, which features fewer buildings and ground-focused combat. Long-ranged weaponry is essential here due to limited cover in the open fields. Zaravan City boasts a mix of old and new construction, with horizontal ziplines and streets below.

Zaravan Suburbs are on the outskirts of Zaravan City, an affluent area with rooftop gardens, solar panels, and state-of-the-art facilities, providing a perfect launch point for city attacks. Finally, Shahin Manor is an exquisite location adorned with the flag of Urzikstan, offering close-quarters combat throughout its impressive surroundings.

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With this news, players are extremely excited to see the state of Warzone 3. While waiting for the new game, Warzone 2 will continue to bring in more content for players to warm up with. With that said, are you ready for the train not-so-joy ride in the upcoming Warzone?

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Viren Mirpuri

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Viren is an eSports Writer at EssentiallySports. With a Mass Media degree in one hand and a gaming controller in another, he is determined to document every milestone in the gaming industry. As an eSports journalist, he previously covered close to 500 articles with Sportskeeda about what is fresh in the scene.
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