As part of the Call of Duty: Van­guard mul­ti­play­er reveal event today, Amos Hodge from Raven Soft­ware unveiled the first glance at Call of Duty: War­zone’s new map.

It’s called War­zone Pacif­ic (but this is not nec­es­sar­i­ly the real name), and, obvi­ous­ly, the map is tak­ing play­ers to the Pacif­ic as well as total­ly revamp­ing the War­zone expe­ri­ence. Unlike the small change that hap­pened when Ver­dan­sk ’84 released, War­zone Pacif­ic will be a com­plete­ly new map. New points of inter­est, loca­tions, and places to explore. The video shows Ver­dan­sk’s dark and destroyed envi­ron­ment is being replaced with brighter, lush­er, and more col­or­ful land­scapes. You can check out the footage below, but remem­ber this is in pre-alpha stage.

War­zon Pacif­ic has cross-play between con­soles and plat­forms, as well as cross-gen­er­a­tion play, so you can match up with any­one, not mat­ter what plat­form their on.

Hodge also con­firmed that War­zone Pacif­ic uses the same engine as Van­guard for “seam­less weapon inte­gra­tion and play bal­ance.” This is a marked dif­fer­ence from Black Ops Cold War’s inte­gra­tion into War­zone, which caused some issues.

The new anti-cheat sys­tem was also men­tioned, with Hodge say­ing the stu­dio is putting it through final test­ing. Hodge also stat­ed it should be ready when War­zone Pacif­ic launch­es lat­er this year.