Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 Ashika Island Map Best Point of Interests
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 and it is set to be the next map in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0’s Resurgence mode. The map will be available when Resurgence returns to Warzone on 15th February. Infinity Ward detailed all of the Points of Interest (POIs) in Ashika Island and here are our top recommendations on where you should drop in.
Top five POIs in Warzone 2.0’s Ashika Island
Ashika Island is comprised of mixed agricultural, residential and shoreline areas.
Lookout and Ruins
The far northwest edge of the island features a Comms Tower (one of three towers that are easily-spotted landmarks across the island) sitting on a narrow spit of sand, rocks, and a sea wall. Further in is a giant refuse pile of decaying concrete and two wartime structures undergoing extensive demolition.
A large agricultural facility featuring a yard, loading warehouses, and eight separate greenhouse structures, all with individually numbered rooftops to aid in location. Various crops (indicated by the cartoon fruit or vegetable on the walls) are grown here. Southeast is the main entrance and additional maintenance warehouses.
The western area and parts of the southwestern island comprise a bay with impressive sea wall defenses. Northwest of the main submarine canal is a Ferry Terminal and tourist facilities. Cross the canal bridges to reach a hotel and market district, with an additional Gas Station and the semi-circular City Hall structure.
Tourist Center Building
A white concrete building stained with precipitation, this building offers visitors information (including a map of the island), as well as a small gift shop and kitchens. Operators may find interesting sightlines across the island towards Farms and Town Center.
A covered rock wall lies to the east and close to the waterways is a modern Science Center with numerous interior and roof access points. This roughly U-shaped structure has two interior floors with a mezzanine balcony overlooking a main foyer, a staircase to the roof, and an easily-accessible elevator rappel point.