CDL camos leaked from Modern Warfare 2 game files

Andrew Highton
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Modern Warfare 2 leaks continue with leaked files giving fans a glimpse of what to expect when it comes to this year’s Call of Duty League weapon skins.

The CDL has become massively integral to the competitive world of CoD by serving up heated competition amongst the world’s best players and organizations.

Atlanta FaZe, OpTic Texas, and the Los Angeles Thieves are just some of the teams that have competed in the CDL since its inception, colliding across Modern Warfare (2019), Black Ops Cold War, and Vanguard.

This is set to continue with the much-anticipated release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and a fresh leak has unearthed some of the CDL skins that should be available to obtain.

Modern Warfare 2 CDL skins leaked

According to consistent CoD leaker Vanguard Intel, it seems that we already know the details behind some of Modern Warfare 2’s upcoming skins.

In a post titled “Some CDL Camos,” the user attached four separate pictures with color schemes that seemed to reflect some of the competition’s teams, including the New York Subliners, Royal Ravens, Vegas Legion, and potentially either the LA Thieves or Atlanta FaZe.

Even though this only represents a handful of the teams that represent the CDL, it does appear that players are already divided by the leak.

Some fans have cited the skins as “kinda nice,” while others are less impressed calling the leaked designs “better than the last few but still a*s.”

As always with a leak, these aren’t necessarily the final skin designs, nor are they official just yet, so there’s always a chance that these could be subject to change.

We’ll have to wait and see what Activision are cooking up for Modern Warfare 2. As well as these leaked CDL skins, check out how to hop onto the game’s campaign early, as well as information on the game’s first official season Reloaded update.

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