All POIs in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0’s Ashika Island

Time to head further east.

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Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 is bringing back Resurgence, the battle royale mode that takes place on a smaller map and is not as jam-packed with players as you would usually see in Al Mazrah. These smaller areas allow for incoming modes to have respawning, so it’s not always an issue of one mistake and being sent back out to the menu. The first Resurgence map is called Ashika Island. It can have up to 50 players on it at a time and looks pretty. Here are all of the POIs on Ashika Island in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0.

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All points of interest on Ashika Island in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0

The below overhead shot shows many of the areas you can drop to at the start of a game on Ashika Island in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, but there is an underground area and we have seen some close up images of the POIs.

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Beach Club

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Beach Club has a few buildings like an aquarium and bathhouse sprinkled around its area but is mostly wide-open for firefights. The area between the sand and the round building in the water should allow for some water combat, with the structures providing cover. There is also a pool area to the left and a nearby demolition site.

Oganikku Farms

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Oganikku Farms is in the northwestern portion of the map and has multiple small greenhouses with veggies in them and warehouses. To the north is a extended beach and comm tower that can allow for some contested firefights with the rocks and rubble around providing cover.

Port Ashika

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Port Ashika is to the south of Tsuki Castle. This building is filled with a lot of water, bridges, docks, and warehouses. Near the river canal is the entrance to the Underground Waterway, where players can funnel into and out of. There is a floating gas station for repairing your boat, and a mechanical yard for more wide-open fights. A small rocky bluff area can lead to easy ambushes.


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Residential is an area with a lot of housing to look through for supplies. The overhead shot seems to show some shrines and maybe a large temple where people can fight as well. The Water Treatment Facility in this area has access to the Underground Waterway and there is a Power Plant you can try and take control of.


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On the far east of the map is Shipwreck, where two large cargo ships have spilled their shipping containers out onto the beach. Those containers look to be great for cover and we would imagine some good vantage points for anyone who gets on the ships. Anyone who is down on the beach will definitely want to look out for lookers up on the nearby clifftop, though.

Town Center

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Town Center is a market area with a lot of buildings and stalls to duck in and out of. The top of the buildings looks to be great for long-range shooters, with people preferring closer engagements sticking to the inside. In the water are some sea walls that we aren’t too sure are going to see much use in combat.

Tsuki Castle

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Tsuki Castle is a large building with walls on its side near the center of the island, making it a decent spot for defending yourself if you get here before others, but a lot of people will likely drop here. There is access to the Underground Waterway here, which has a submarine base and routes to Port Ashika, Town Center, and Water Treatment. Additionally, battlements, museum grounds, and gardens can be fought in in this area.