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If you're one of the five or six people on the planet who've actually missed the hellish grind of the morning train journey to work, I've got some good news for you. Call Of Duty: Warzone Season 6 will introduce a major change to Verdansk in the form of an underground subway network that players can use to get across the map quickly and safely.
It'll be just like making the journey from Brixton to Aldgate East, but without the stench of day-old urine and sweat everywhere you go. The official Call Of Duty Twitter account confirmed that players will be able to use the Verdnask metro stations as a way of fast travelling around the map. While that kind of takes away the threat of breaking cover to find somewhere else to set up camp as the gas closes in, it should be interesting to see what happens when players decide to lurk outside these stations to get the jump on unsuspecting squads.
If that strategy sounds appealing to you, you'll need to learn where each of the six subway stations are located. Luckily, the Call Of Duty Twitter shared a handy cut-out-and-keep map detailing exactly that. Start planning your attacks now, guys.
Where we stopping? :metro::map:️
Study the stops of the new subway system coming to #Warzone for Season Six. pic.twitter.com/HelR0RCzdP
- Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) September 24, 2020
The stations are located at Verdansk Airport, Lozoff Pass, Verdansk Centre, Downtown/Tavorsk District, Barakett Shopping District, Verdansk Train Station, and Torsk Bloc. They're fairly evenly spread out,
It's not entirely clear how quickly these underground trains will move, or how frequently they'll even come by, but the map does clear up a few interesting things. For example, if the station the train is headed to has been completely engulfed by the gas, it'll simply roll on to the next safe station. In theory that means if the gas is closing in and you're near a station, leaping onto a train could well be your safest and best bet.
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