The second unannounced map for Call of Duty: Warzone 2 can be found buried somewhere within Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II. Early in 2020, just as the COVID-19 pandemic was starting, Call of Duty: Warzone was released. People were able to amuse themselves while being cooped up inside by playing the game, which was both accessible and enjoyable. \n \nAs a result, the game became a tremendous hit. However, despite the game's popularity, many people complained that there needed to be more variation in the settings. In addition, the game took nearly two years to implement a new map for the battle royale mode. \n \nEven though there was a more compact map and the primary map was improved, many people thought there should be more. However, it would appear that Raven and the other teams working on the battle royale game considered that information, as they may already have a good idea of what the second map will look like. \n \nAccording to a tip by Insider Gaming, the publication has discovered the second map for Call of Duty: Warzone 2 in a campaign mission for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II called "El Sin Nombre." During the task, players will infiltrate a home that belongs to a cartel leader. Reportedly, there is a table behind Diego that contains a map that resembles a map of a battle royale on it before you kill him. \n \nLas Almas is said to be the name of the second map in the game. Las Almas is a big city in Mexico that will be featured in the campaign. It will have mountains, rivers, and buildings. Based on what has been seen of it thus far in the campaign, this city offers a lot of promise for a wide variety of different kinds of tactical warfare.