Comparing MW2’s Al Mazrah to Verdansk and Caledera

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Al Mazrah is absolutely massive. That’s official, straight from the horse’s mouth. Or rather, Infinity Ward, if you don’t get that particular phrasing.

Announced during the Call of Duty Next showcase, developers confirmed that their new battle royale playground is “the biggest [battle royale] map we’ve ever made”.

It’s all based within the fictional battleground of Al Mazrah, a massive metropolitan area featuring coastal towns, depots, desert, rocky peaks, subterranean spaces, industrial areas, rivers, and an entire city to explore.

However, if you’re also curious about precisely how big the map of Al Mazrah is, sorry to say Infinity Ward didn’t give any specific metrics. However, thankfully a few clever clogs online have worked it out for you.

 

Warzone Al Mazrah Size Comparison with Verdansk and Caldera

Over on Reddit u/AyranMen32 has pulled together the easiest graphic to give you an idea of how big Al Mazrah is when compared and contrasted against both Verdansk and Caldera.

The blue outline gives us the size of the new Al Mazrah map, whilst green shows us the more recent Caldera Warzone map and finally red shows us the Verdasnk Warzone map size.

As you can see, Al Mazrah appears to be significantly bigger than the original Verdasnk Warzone map, and marginally bigger than the Caldera Warzone map.

Of course, it’s also worth highlighting that the map also benefits from it’s coastline, which players can of course now swim in.

 

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