It has been stated that when the sequel to Call of Duty: Warzone is released in around two months, entire levels will be removed. Due largely to its free-to-play structure and regularly updated content library, Call of Duty: Warzone has become one of the most successful games of all time. \n \nSince its release in the earliest days of the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020, the game has been thriving, providing many individuals with something fresh to do at home without requiring them to spend any money beyond the cost of the gadget on which it is played. In addition, new game modes and terrain, such as Rebirth Island, were added as the game progressed, taking it further than a standard BR game. \n \nFans will be disappointed to learn that the original Call of Duty: Warzone will eliminate Rebirth Island and Fortune's Keep in November. The TheGhostofHope, a purported insider on Call of Duty, has spread the word that both maps will soon be removed from the game. \n \nBecause Activision undoubtedly wants people to switch over to Call of Duty: Warzone 2, which will also be free-to-play and available on the same platform, this decision has been made. It is currently unknown whether this means a map comparable to Rebirth Island will be included in Call of Duty: Warzone 2. It has been revealed that the battle royale sequel will be released on November 16th, less than a month after Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II was released on October 28th. \n \nRebirth Island and Fortune's Keep throw off the standard royale concept. Instead, you can complete a match considerably more quickly, and depending on the mode; you may even be able to respawn if your entire team survives for a certain amount of time.