The rumoured Call of Duty Modern Warfare II's third mode DMZ has a marketplace where items can be bought and traded.
According to Call of Duty leaker Hope, the rumoured DMZ mode is separate from other modes and not connected to standard multiplayer or Warzone in any way. It has a total of four maps in development at the moment and each map will have a unique design.
The most recent leaks reveals that the DMZ mode will also utilise some sort of a marketplace where players will be able to buy and trade items.
"Modern Warfare II’s third mode ‘DMZ’ will include a marketplace where items can be bought and traded. You are able to earn skins, blueprints and more from ‘DMZ’ that are usable across Multiplayer and eventually Warzone 2. ," said Call of Duty leaker Hope.
This basically means that you will be able to trade and sell the loot earned in matches which can be helpful if you're looking to get some cash to buy a better gun, for example.
DMZ mode is reportedly similar to Escape from Tarkov and will have very realistic survival gameplay with much slower movement than the standard multiplayer and Warzone. Just like in Tarkov, the goal is to accumulate loot and extract it via one of the extraction points on the map, provided that certain requirements have been met.
That won't be an easy task since other players and also NPCs will be the main threat in each match.
Activision and Infinity Ward are yet to officially announce the DMZ mode so take everything you read with a grain of salt until we get the confirmation from the devs themselves.