Call of Duty: Warzone, the popular battle royale game, is set to bring back some classic maps from the Call of Duty series, according to recent leaks related to Modern Warfare 3.
This development is expected to add a new layer of excitement for fans who have been enjoying a regular rotation of maps since the game’s launch in 2020.
Classic Maps as Points of Interest
The leaks suggest that the upcoming Modern Warfare 3 release will feature classic maps as points of interest. This means that players can expect to see familiar locations from previous games in the series, adding a nostalgic touch to the gameplay.
Among the points of interest, players can look forward to a downtown area modeled after the Verdansk map, a building that mirrors Overwatch from 2011’s Modern Warfare 3, and the original Modern Warfare’s Countdown.
These additions are expected to offer a departure from the open spaces of recent maps and bring back more close-quarters combat.
A New Map for Warzone
In addition to the classic maps, the leaks also hint at a new map for Warzone that will be included in the Modern Warfare 3 release. This new map is said to look “amazing” and should appeal to fans looking for a change of pace from the recent Warzone maps.
The new map will feature various points of interest based on maps from past games in the series. This approach is expected to provide a fresh yet familiar experience for players, combining new elements with beloved features from the past.
Looking Forward to Modern Warfare 3
The upcoming Modern Warfare 3 release is highly anticipated by Call of Duty fans. With the promise of classic maps returning to Warzone and the introduction of a new map, there’s plenty for players to look forward to.
While some aspects of the past should be left behind, the return of classic maps is likely to be well-received by fans. As we await more news about Modern Warfare 3, it’s clear that Call of Duty: Warzone players have exciting times ahead.
And while we’re talking about rumors, there’s another Call of Duty franchise that is set to take the limelight of FPS this year.