Modern Warfare 2 Rumored To Release With 16 Multiplayer Maps

The rumor is strengthened by the data mined info shared by a prominent insider.

After the stagnant performance of Call of Duty: Vanguard, the upcoming Modern Warfare 2 has induced a new resurgence in the community. The title is already hailed as the installment that can revive the olden allure that the franchise has lost. The recent beta’s staggering success, being the biggest in COD’s history, speaks for itself.

A lot of rumors have trickled into the exciting community, enticing them even more. Another fable appears to have risen, and it clears one of the biggest questions of the community. We may finally have a list of all the selective maps that will appear in Modern Warfare 2 on release.

Major Takeaway:

  • Recent data mined details hint towards the highly-anticipated Modern Warfare 2 including 16 multiplayer maps upon launch.
  • Eleven of these maps are 6v6, and the remaining five are ground war maps.
  • The number of maps may change before or after the release of the game.

As per an intriguing leak from various data miners like the prominent insider, TheGhostOfHope, a total of 16 following multiplayer maps may be appearing in Modern Warfare 2 on launch.

The Leaked 6v6 Multiplayer Maps

  • Breenbergh Hotel
  • Museum
  • Mercado Las Almas
  • Zarqwa Hydroelectric
  • Santa Seña Border Crossing
  • Taraq
  • Crown Raceway
  • Al Bagra Fortress
  • Embassy
  • El Asilo
  • Farm 18

The Leaked Ground War Maps

  • Sariff Bay
  • Sa’id
  • Zarqwa Hydroelectric
  • Al Bagra Fortress
  • Santa Seña

The number of maps is quite moderate when compared to some of the previous installments, but the quality will determine the impending outcome and reviews for Modern Warfare 2.

We may also see more multiplayer maps eventually being incorporated into the game after the game is released. Moreover, the maps that appeared on the beta looked very high-quality and detailed, making the prospect already bright for the anticipated title.

Despite the beta already serving as an appetizer for the community, the short-lived multiplayer experience only featured a limited roster of maps. The aftertaste has left the players wanting more, and the release will hopefully feature all the aforementioned maps on the list.

Data mines often prove to be correct since they stem directly from the source. However, we suggest taking this info with a grain of salt, as the planned maps are still subject to change before release. Developers may alter, add, or take out the aforesaid maps before the game is released, but that is quite unlikely at this point.

It is evident that many expectations surround Modern Warfare 2; naturally, various leaks have also slumped through, such as the unexpected arrival of footballers as operators and the inclusion of paid campaign DLCs in the future. Moreover, we will also witness the return of classic maps, as a paid package, of course.

The community has eagerly been counting the remaining days of the awaited arrival of the game after the intriguing leaks and positive results of the beta. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is slated to come out on October 28, 2022, for PC, PlayStation 4Xbox OnePlayStation 5Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S.

What are your thoughts about the upcoming Modern Warfare 2, featuring a total of 16 multiplayer maps upon launch? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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