“Modern Warfare 2 Big Fan Reveals Every Map Missing from Previous Modern Warfare Games” We share an interview with a fan who was so excited about playing the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 that he went to his local GameStop and bought the game to play it as soon as it came out.
Modern Warfare 2 was the first game in the series to feature multiplayer, and the sequel will likely continue this trend. This map will give fans the opportunity to experience the popular map Black Box, which features a lot of interesting elements, such as a maze, an outdoor area with a cliffside, and a large building.
“A lot of the classic maps in the Call of Duty series have been revived in the latest installments of the games, which could be interesting for Modern Warfare 2 players.”
— Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2 (@CODMW2022) November 9, 2022
Call of Duty News: Modern Warfare 2
Activision plans to expand its Call of Duty games with new maps and weapons. Although no further details have been revealed, Activision confirmed that the development would start after the next Call of Duty title. “Call of Duty” is a very popular series of video games, and has sold hundreds of millions of copies since the first title was released in 2003. Activision plans to release the game next year.
The Modern Warfare Trilogy has been released on PC and PS3, but there has been no news on whether they will be made available for Xbox 360. But, in an image posted to Reddit, user KraKraten posted every map from the original trilogy that has yet to be brought back to Modern Warfare 2. Some of these maps are instantly recognizable like Ambush, Crossfire, Bloc, District, Showdown, and Wet Work, all of which are from Call of Duty 4.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 supports the addition of previous content, such as attachment tuning and an original Call of Duty map called Taraq that was remade and expanded upon in the newest Modern Warfare addition. Since Activision has been known to add classic maps to newer games, fans are hopeful that the expansion will include some maps featured on the list.