New changes to Warzone’s Verdansk map, in the form of subway stations, appear to be making an entrance into Activision’s highly popular battle-royale mode. Unseen before, some eagle-eyed gamers picked up on what seemed to be a subway close by to the football stadium.

The most obvious visual clue came toward the very end of the weekend’s Call Of Duty League 2020 tournament. An overhead shot draws above the stadium, with a subway station visible close by. If you drop into Warzone at the moment, the station doesn’t exist.

Most interestingly, this discovery aligns perfectly with a recently leaked map pinpointing Metro locations around the Verdansk map, (station number 2), dotted in the same area to the YouTube footage.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War is due for release on November 13, 2020. Set in 1981 and featuring iconic characters including Woods and Mason, Black Ops: Cold War serves as a direct sequel to 2010’s Black Ops, but fills the gaps between the first and second game out in 2012.

The cinematic cutscene discusses the existence of an agent codenamed Perseus, whose mission is to subvert the U.S in a bid to win the Arms Race.

Last week, the reveal trailer for Call Of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War was unveiled. This was followed a day after by an exclusive in-game cinematic, as a part of Activision’s stint on Gamescom Opening Night Live.

In other Activision news, video game cheat maker, CxCheats.net, has issued an apology to the Call Of Duty community for disrupting the game for legitimate players. In a lengthy message via their official Discord, they revealed that Activision had filed a lawsuit against them, citing that their services “violate their Terms Of Use.”

As a result of the lawsuit, CxCheats.net would “cease development and support for all Call Of Duty related products of services sold through the site.”