Infinity Ward to Release All Old Modern Warfare 2 Maps As Post Launch Content

Infinity Ward to Release All Old Modern Warfare 2 Maps As Post Launch Content

Modern Warfare II is easily the most anticipated Call of Duty title to date and also their most ambitious one as they have pooled in all their resources for this project. The previous Modern Warfare was their highest earning title and Infinity Ward will try to keep that run going. Players have already received a release date for the title, which is set for October 28, 2022, and other details too.

An exciting revelation for the title is making the rounds of social media and the players are ecstatic about the news. This news comes form popular COD leaker, TheGhostOfHope. In their latest tweet, the user has stated that Infinity Ward plans to release almost all the maps from the 2009 Modern Warfare title as post launch content for the upcoming Modern Warfare 2 title. Check out the list of maps that were shown in the tweet below:

  • Afghan
  • Derail
  • Estate
  • Favela
  • Highrise
  • Invasion
  • Karachi
  • Quarry
  • Rundown
  • Rust
  • Scrapyard
  • Skidrow
  • Sub Base
  • Terminal

Although this is a rumour and players should consume this information with a grain of salt, it doesn’t seem unlikely that Infinity Ward might have this plan in action. The previous Modern Warfare has been recently remastered and its maps have been too so introducing these maps in the upcoming MWII title is vert possible. Also, it seems that there will be no new COD title released in 2023, so releasing these maps as post launch content in 2023 seems like a decent plan for the developers.

This comes as fantastic news for the fans as the maps used in MWII are iconic to say the least and to get to play them in a 2022 title will be a dream come true. Having a large number of map options will also help the online gameplay feel more inclusive. Players are now wondering whether the maps will be provided as a free DLC or a paid one. They will just have to wait for an official announcement to know for sure.

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