Modern Warfare 2 devs make long-requested change to Santa Sena map

Luca Di Marzo
Santa Sena map MW2

The Modern Warfare 2 devs finally made a highly requested change to the controversial Santa Sena Border Crossing map with the Season 4 Reloaded update.

The Modern Warfare 2 Season 4 Reloaded update brought plenty of new content to the game on July 12, including the new MX Guardian Shotgun, the Vondel Waterfront map, and a The Boys crossover.

While the devs utilized the Season 4 Reloaded update to add new features to the game, they also took the time to fix bugs, make adjustments to UI, and other minor changes to improve the state of the game.

One such change was not lost on Modern Warfare 2 players who have been calling for it since Modern Warfare 2 was released back in 2022. The Santa Sena Border Crossing map will no longer infuriate players as the devs introduced a long-awaited change to the row of vehicles.

Santa Sena Border Crossing in MW2MW2 players were quickly annoyed with Santa Sena’s layout.

Following the Season 4 Reloaded update, “The vehicles in Santa Seña Border Crossing will no longer explode. They can still be damaged, but cannot kill Players.”

It’s safe to say that Santa Sena Border Crossing was not well-liked by the COD community. Their disdain for the map had a lot to do with its one-lane nature, as players were funneled up and down a highway full of vehicles.

It didn’t take long for players to realize that venturing up the highway alongside the vehicles was a death trap, as most would explode due to enemy Equipment, leaving players staring at a killcam.

Luckily, this will no longer be the case following the Season 4 Reloaded update, as vehicles on the Santa Sena map can no longer explode, killing players in the process.

For more, check out every weapon buff & nerf that arrived with the Season 4 Reloaded update, or everything you need to know about Modern Warfare 2’s Diabolical Camo Challenge.

About The Author

Luca is an Associate Editor at CharlieIntel. An accomplished, writer with interests in sports and gaming alike, Luca is focused on Call of Duty and FIFA as a content creator. After earning his BA in English Literature at Concordia University, he began writing for Gamelevate, OddsShark, and H4X. Luca joined CharlieIntel in 2021. You can reach Luca at [email protected], or via X @TheLucaDiMarzo.