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Modern Warfare 2 is bringing back one of World At War's best maps

Modern Warfare 2 is bringing back one of World At War's best maps

The latest Call of Duty leak suggests that Modern Warfare 2 will get one of World At War's best maps in its second season.

The Call of Duty leaks keep on coming, don’t they? It’s been a busy couple of months for the franchise. October saw the launch of Modern Warfare II which is now officially the most successful CoD launch of all time. Warzone 2.0 then landed in November, alongside MWII’s first season. The reception to Warzone 2.0 has been far more mixed. Fans are loving proximity chat but the Escape From Tarkov inspired DMZ mode leaves a lot to be desired.

MWII recently received the CDL Moshpit ahead of the launch of Ranked Play next year. Ranked Play is probably the most requested feature right now but I think fans will be pretty hyped by this latest leak, as MWII is reportedly set to receive one of World At War’s best maps.

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As reported by What If Gaming, it’s believed that season two of MWII and Warzone 2.0 will have a Japanese theme. Two pieces of concept art are currently circulating online (although many are being hit with DMCA takedowns). One image features a close-up of Daniel ‘Ronin’ Shinada who last appeared in season three of Modern Warfare. It can be assumed that the character is returning as an operator, but it’s the second image that’s caught our attention.

The promo art features a number of soldiers in front of a traditional Japanese building surrounded by cherry blossoms. A quick glance and any CoD fan will tell you that the building starkly resembles the Castle map featured in both World At War and Vanguard.

For now, this should all be taken with a pinch of salt until the leak is officially confirmed. MWII and Warzone 2.0’s first season is due to end in February so it shouldn’t be too long until we find out exactly what’s in store beyond that.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Call Of Duty, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, Call Of Duty Warzone, Activision