While we currently don’t know what the entire map pool for Call of Duty’s upcoming game will look like, here’s a peek at every confirmed map in Modern Warfare 2 as well as which maps will appear in the beta.
Following the Call of Duty Next event, players got their first look at the new Gunsmith system, Perk system, and third-person feature coming to Modern Warfare 2. Previously, the devs revealed the Marina Bay Grand Prix map, but players have been eager to get a look at the game’s additional maps.
Luckily, the devs provided a ton of new information about the maps expected to arrive in Modern Warfare 2. We’ll go over every confirmed Modern Warfare 2 map so far as well as the maps you should expect to see in the beta.
Modern Warfare 2 confirmed 6vs6 maps
Modern Warfare 2 is set to take players around the globe as of October 28. Players can expect their multiplayer experience to include various locations and different landscapes. This year the core multiplayer maps have been designed specifically for 6vs6 gameplay.
This new focus on the 6vs6 design should result in a streamlined experience for players that will lead to intuitive gameplay. So far, five core maps have been confirmed for Modern Warfare 2.
- Valderas Museum – Beta
- Farm 18 – Beta
- Mercado Las Almas – Beta
- Breenbergh Hotel – Beta
- Marina Bay Grand Prix
The Museum map is one of the larger core maps and it will allow players to duke it out within a Spanish museum. Museum will be one of four 6vs6 maps that players will get to experience during Modern Warfare 2’s beta period.
This map will feature both indoor and outdoor combat which should keep players on their toes in game modes like Domination and Hardpoint.
Marina Bay Grand Prix was unveiled in-depth on August 7 and players will be able to witness the race track during the beta. The track is inspired by the Singapore Grand Prix Marina Bay Street Circuit.
Mercado Las Almas will take players to a colorful market in Mexico during the Modern Warfare 2 beta. This map is on the smaller side and will deliver compact gameplay with fast-paced gunfights.
The marketplace was once full of customers and lively stall vendors, but it is completely deserted in Modern Warfare 2. Despite its lack of shoppers, the marketplace retains its vibrant and colorful aesthetic.
Breenbergh Hotel is located in the Netherlands well within Amsterdam’s focal point. Much like Museum, Breenbergh Hotel will feature indoor and outdoor areas, but it never manages to feel too restricting.
While we don’t know the exact location of the Farm 18 training facility map, this one is set to deliver on high-octane action as players battle it out inside of a training facility as the name would suggest.
Farm 18’s location has remained classified, but rest assured, it will appear in the Modern Warfare 2 beta. The map will test players’ sensory skills as the training facility was designed for grueling combat practice.
Modern Warfare 2 confirmed battle maps
Aside from core 6vs6 maps, Modern Warfare 2 will also deliver larger maps for modes such as Ground War. These specific large maps will be called battle maps in Modern Warfare 2. These battle maps will share POIs with the new Warzone 2 map that is set to release in 2022.
Sariff Bay will bring players to a fishing village where you’ll be able to explore the surrounding waters and benefit from the brand-new swimming mechanic. Meanwhile, Sa’id was designed for urban combat and it is said to combine elements of core map and battle map gameplay.
When more Modern Warfare 2 maps are announced we’ll be sure to provide the details so be sure to check back in!
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