Call Of Duty: Warzone’s caldera map continues to improve with Season 3

Call of Duty: Warzone’s Caldera map has arrived for Vanguard Season 1, moving players from the seedy buildings of Verdansk to a vacation on a sunny island. However, Season 1 also launched with a myriad of issues on Caldera that hampered the map’s fun and playability. Now with the launch of season 3, the tropical island of Warzone is a much better place to visit.

Call of Duty Season 1 made it really difficult to enjoy the beauty of the island with graphic bugs that caused buildings and players to be swallowed whole by giant polygonal monsters. Consoles struggled to keep up, with several crashing and performance issues on PlayStation and Xbox systems. Some operator skins in the Battle Pass were also broken, leaving many players to abuse skins that allowed them to be nothing more than a floating head on the map, making them frustrating to encounter. Plus, even the Ricochet anti-cheat that was promised didn’t make it to all regions at launch, so hackers continued to spoil all the fairness and fun. Overall, Caldera was a refreshing change of scenery for Warzone, but it got off to a really bad start.