When is Resurgence Coming to Warzone 2, Ashika Release Time

When is Resurgence mode coming to Call of Duty Warzone 2? The Resurgence mode was one of the most popular modes in Warzone 1, and players have been asking for its return for a long time. And now it’s finally here. Read on to learn about Warzone 2 new map Ashika Island release date and time.

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When is Resurgence Coming to Warzone 2, Ashika Release Time
Ashika Island Release Date and Time Warzone 2

Warzone 2 New Resurgence Map Ashika Island Release Date and Time

Call of Duty Warzone 2 developers Raven Software and Infinity Ward have officially revealed a brand new resurgence map for Warzone 2. Resurgence had been one of the most popular modes in the original Warzone, with its Fortune’s Keep and Rebirth Island. Unfortunately, these two maps are now shelved, but there’s a new map in town!

“Ashika Island, also known as “Isle of the Sea Lion”, is part of a small archipelago located in an undisclosed location, somewhere in the APAC (Asia Pacific) region,” says the official description. The new map will be the first Resurgence map in Warzone 2. And here’s when you will be able to play it. Based on your region and time zone, Ashika Island will release at the following times:

  • Europe – 6 pm CET, February 15th, 2023
  • UK – 5 pm GMT, February 15th, 2023
  • East Coast – 12 pm PT, February 15th, 2023
  • West Coast – 9 am PT, February 15th, 2023

Ashika Island is a part of the Season 2 update in Warzone 2, DMZ, and Modern Warfare 2. Ashika Island will also be available in DMZ as a new extraction zone map with a brand new faction – the Crown. The map features seven major POIs and a myriad of smaller ones. Just like all other Resurgence maps, it is a significantly smaller map. It hosts 50 players max, players respawn if their teammates are alive, and the action is much more frenetic. Check out the official blog post for more details about the new map.

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