Modern Warfare Rumored To Feature Multiple Classic Maps In The Future

Modern Warfare rumor mills have once again been ignited by YouTuber TheGamingRevolution.  The reliable leaker has posted a video of potential maps coming to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in the future. Even though there is no mention of a specific source, he states that insiders have informed him of the following maps that are coming to the game at some point in the near future:

Ground War

    • Farm
    • Tavorsk District
    • Trainstation


    • Speed
    • Exclusion


    • Wet Work
    • Boneyard
    • Terminal
    • Crash

Multiple modes

    • Rust
    • Shipment

The YouTuber also mentions Crash, Vacant, Broadcast, Farah, Caged and Hook without giving any further detail on the function or probability of the respective maps. We will just have to wait and see.

Call of Duty veterans will recognize some names in the list above. Locations like Boneyard, Terminal and Crash are just some of the popular maps previously featured in the franchise. Many of the well known areas like Wet Work (Modern Warfare (2007)) and Terminal (Modern Warfare 2) would definitely be a nice treat for veteran fans of the franchise.

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Of course, none of the maps mentioned above are actually confirmed at this point and it is unclear whether Infinity Ward is planning to release the maps or if they are just ideas or products of an early brainstorm session. Some of the locations have however been featured on the Spec Ops game mode already, so it’s not that far fetched to assume they will be turned into a stand-alone map in the future.

We will have to see whether the latest Call of Duty hit will actually feature some old classics in the near future. But even without nostalgia pushing the cart, Modern Warfare has already managed to gross a whopping $600 million in the first three days of release.

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