One of the best Modern Warfare 2 maps was cut a day before launch
Call of Duty fans have enjoyed all the details given in the progress overview, and that’s just a taste of what’s to come on release day.
Although the CoD series ranks high on most lists Best FPS gameThey had a lot to prove. Call Of Duty: Vanguard made a relative splash in 2021 and players put high hopes on this new game that, well, shares the same name as an older game. Modern War 2 carries with it a lot of expectations, but it looks like we’re having a satisfying mix of the familiar and the new when the game is over – with a few rumours, hopefully the temporary changes might put people off. 10v10 map fan feeling nervous.
There are only 10 6v6 maps in #ModernWarfareII. The Museum map has been removed. pic.twitter.com/IFlrJgKEAEOctober 27, 2022
Nightmare at the museum
Read generality (opens in a new tab) Posted by Activision, we’re given some insight into the camo challenges, the game’s detailed weapon mastery system, and a glimpse at how the daily challenges work, and job.
However, those who have played the campaign mode have been surprised to realize that at the time of release there were only 10 6v6 maps available to play, and the much loved Museum map was no longer available. presently.
Based on the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, USA, the map has been a fan favorite for years. CoD trusted Twitter source charlieINTEL, who also tweeted about the disappearing Museum map and limited team size, reported in September that all mentions of the Grand Prix map have been removed (opens in a new tab) from all promotional materials previously published by Activision.
It’s unclear what happened, but Activision has removed all mentions of the ‘Grand Prix’ map for #MWII. Overview videos and more have been removed from all social media. The map was originally announced to be in beta.September 17, 2022
With the Qatar Grand Prix taking place this year, the removal of this map is attributed to this highly detailed, highly publicized re-simulation of locations. Pair this detail with Call of Duty’s essence as an FPS title and you have the recipe for something rather troublesome.
However, until we get confirmation, this is purely speculation; most likely maps will be added at a later date for the 10v10 map configuration launch, which makes sense given the vast size of the Museum map in particular.
TechRadar Gaming has reached out to both Activision and the Getty Museum for comment.