Three New Maps Added To 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

In a somewhat surprising update, Infinity Ward and Activision have added three new multiplayer maps to Modern Warfare, with one classic returning. Activision has not released any patch notes for this update, with social channels such as Call of Duty Tracker keep fans in the loop. These new additions are the first new maps added to Modern Warfare since Black Ops Cold War released last November.
Three New Maps Added To 2019's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

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Three new multiplayer maps have been added to the seemingly forgotten Call of Duty: Modern Warfare as part of the mid-season update for Warzone and Black Ops Cold War.

Killhouse – the classic Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare map has been added to the rotation, alongside two original maps Al-Raab Airbase and Drainage.

The fan favourite arena, Killhouse, returns for the first time on a mainline game; currently, it features in Modern Warfare Remastered and Call of Duty Mobile.

Al-Raab Airbase will also be familiar to Modern Warfare players. The new 6v6 map seems to use the Russian airbase used in the campaign mission, Proxy War.

Drainage is a new gunfight map but can also be played in 3v3 game modes.

For players interested in playing the continuous chaos of Killhouse, Infinity Ward has added a 24/7 playlist for a limited time.

No patch notes have been released by Activision or Infinity Ward, so this update may very much go under the radar.  

The official Call of Duty Twitter account does not even mention Modern Warfare when discussing what is included with this mid-season update.

With this latest update, fans who are still playing 2019’s entry will hope this is the first of many to come before a new mainline title releases this winter.

What do you think of the new maps in Modern Warfare? Will you hop on to check it out? Let us know in the comments.

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