CoD leaker claims classic Modern Warfare 2 maps will appear in CoD 2022

Luca Di Marzo
MW2 maps highrise

Call of Duty players who have fond memories of Modern Warfare 2 are in for a treat in 2022 as one leaker suggests fan-favorite maps are set to appear in CoD 2022. 

Renowned Call of Duty leaker Tom Henderson has shed some light on what CoD enthusiasts can expect in 2022. Each new year means a new Call of Duty is on the horizon and 2022 is no different. 

Although CoD 2022 won’t be out for some time, it’s never too early to get excited about certain Multiplayer features. In Henderson’s new video, the expert details ten things players should know about the upcoming title, and one of the most intriguing is the return of Modern Warfare 2 maps

MW2 map Terminal

CoD 2022 is reportedly set to be a sequel to 2019’s Modern Warfare. Modern Warfare divided the Call of Duty community by being highly adored by many casual players while being viewed as average by long-time fans of the franchise and pro players. 

Now, Henderson has stated that the sequel set to release in 2022 will come fully equipped with maps from 2009’s Modern Warfare 2. Understandably, it can be hard to follow the recent news with the excessive overlap in CoD title names but rest assured if Modern Warfare II is anything like MW2, fans of the franchise will be eager to get their hands on the game. 

MW2 map Favela

Henderson shares a ton of information about the upcoming CoD title including the possibility of a new DMZ mode that is meant to resemble Escape from Tarkov gameplay. However, the news that got most people excited was the mention of MW2 maps.

MW2 maps were reportedly going to be included in Modern Warfare (2019) through a Modern Warfare 2 Remaster but we never got that iteration. Now, it seems like players may be getting MW2 maps, weapons, and Operators in MWII instead

This report makes sense considering a ton of work had already gone into developing these features in 2019 for the reported MW2 Remaster, so including them in 2022 isn’t such a farfetched idea.

Keep in mind, these are just leaks and the maps may not be included in the final version of the game but there’s no doubt that long-time fans of the franchise will be chomping at the bit to jump back into Terminal, Highrise, and Favela!

For more CoD 2022 news check out when to expect the brand new 2022 title.

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