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Four Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 maps have seemingly leaked online

Published: 07:57, 04 July 2022
Updated: 07:59, 04 July 2022
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 - Ghost
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 - Ghost

Images of what appear to be Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 maps have surfaced online along with the official names - Grand Prix, Oilfield, Museum, Saba. 

A new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 leak has seemingly revealed the loading screen and names of four maps that will be in the game on launch. Apparently, the images and data have been data mined from Call of Duty Warzone mobile.

The first map is named Grand Prix and as you already guessed, it's set on a Formula 1 track somewhere in Asia. Apparently, it will have two variations - day and night. The leaked image shows a large urban city with neon signs but also some F1 cars on the track, suggesting we might have a race ongoing during the matches. 

The Oilfield is the second map and again, as the name suggests, it's set on an oilfield somewhere in a desert region. 

Musem seems to be primarily an in-door map but with some outdoor areas as well. It reminds us of the Moscow map in Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War in some areas. 

The last multiplayer map from the leak is named Saba and judging by the image, it's set somewhere in the Middle East. It's heavily reminiscent of the first mission in the original Call of Duty Modern Warfare from 2009.

Activision have sent DMCA takedown requests to the leaker, who's profile has been suspended on Twitter, suggesting that these are indeed real images of new Call of Duty maps.

We should be getting more info about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer very soon and perhaps, officially see these maps in action. 

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