Warzone 2 Resurgence map has an underground submarine pen

Ashika Island is the new Call of Duty Warzone 2 Resurgence map that’s set to debut February 15. This new compact battle royale game map isn’t just pretty to look at – it’s also home to several secrets, like an underground submarine station beneath the ornate pagoda-style castle at the heart of the island. The island’s dominant feature is Tsuki Castle, a tiered pagoda-style stronghold that sits on a plateau rising from the centre of the island. This fortress features a moat, an interior bailey area, a walled ‘dojo’ style courtyard, and barracks on the outside. Inside, you’ll find several floors, a mezzanine level in the main tower, and a server room on the third floor with views in every direction.

You don’t necessarily need to breach the castle walls to get inside, however. Beneath the castle there’s a subterranean network of waterways that meet at a submarine base. You can take a boat or swim in from the Town Centre, the Water Treatment plant, and Port Ashika to the east, then head up into Tsuki Castle from below.

AI Bot running SUBSIM, what could go wrong?!