Warzone 2 Ashika Island: Points of Interest and Map Overview

Activision reveals Ashika Island and its points of interest, a new Resurgence-style map for Season 2 of Warzone 2.0.

Resurgence mode returns to Warzone 2.0 with the debut of Season 2 on February 15, 2023. The new map, Ashika Island, is a small tropical paradise somewhere in the Asia Pacific region that’s anything but peaceful. It has become the hub for the Ultranationalist Konni Group and its weapons trafficking. 

Activision provided a deep dive into this new map on the Call of Duty blog. You can find a rundown of all the points of interest below, along with a map overview of the new Resurgence-style map.

Warzone 2 Ashika Island Points of Interest

  1. Ōganikku Farms
  2. Beach Club
  3. Tsuki Castle
  4. Port Ashika
  5. Residential
  6. Shipwreck
  7. Town Center

Here’s a map overview of Ashika Island in Warzone 2:

Call of Duty Warzone 2 Ashika Island Map Overview
Image: Reddit

Ōganikku Farms

Located in the northwest region of Ashika Island, Ōganikku Farms has agricultural, residential, and industrial areas. The Ōganikku Farms landmarks include:

  • Lookout and Ruins
  • North Beach
  • Greenhouses

Beach Club

Beach Club is located south of the Town Center and east of the Port. It’s an aquarium and club. Landmarks in Ashika Island’s Beach Club include:

  • Aquarium
  • Beach Club and Bath House
  • Beach and Observation Point
  • Demolition Site

Tsuki Castle

The central region of Ashika Island is home to the Tsuki Castle point, surrounded by fortifications and a hill providing natural defense. The area is home to cherry blossoms, shallow defenses, and an underground waterway and submarine base. Landmarks in Tsuki Castle include:

  • Main Stronghold
  • Northwest Battlements (SAM Batteries)
  • North Museum Grounds
  • Southeast Gardens
  • Waterways (Submarine Base)

Port Ashika

On the southwestern edge of Ashika Island is Port Ashika. There are some offices, warehouses, and a large comms tower. Landmarks in Port Ashika include:

  • Humpback Bridge
  • Dockside and Warehouses
  • Canal: River Channel and Control
  • Ashika Bay and Floating Gas Station
  • Gas Station
  • Mechanics Yard and Oil Vats
  • Rocky Bluffs


Below the castle is the residential area, featuring apartment buildings, a power plant, and a water treatment facility surrounded by tarmac. Landmarks in the Residential area of Ashika Island include:

  • Apartments
  • Power Plant
  • Water Treatment Facility
  • Residential District


Along the coastline is a shipwreck of two cargo tankers, where shipping containers are now stacked. Landmarks in the Shipwreck region of Ashika island include:

  • Beached Cargo Tankers
  • Containers
  • Clifftop Demolition
  • Lookout Point and Gas Station

Town Center

In western Ashika Island players will find the Town Center featuring various buildings, tourist facilities, a ferry terminal, and impressive defenses. Landmarks in the Town Center region of Ashika Island include:

  • North Sea Wall
  • Ferry Terminal
  • Tourist Center Building
  • Event Center Building
  • Gas Stations
  • Science Center
  • River Channel and Bridges
  • South Sea Wall and Floating Gas Station
  • Market District and Hotel
  • Town Hall

Those are all the Warzone 2 Ashika Island points of interest. Ashika Island debuts in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 at the start of Season 2, which launches on February 15 for all platforms. Activision plans to announce more details on February 8, leading up to the launch of Season 2.