Call of Duty: Modern Warfare datamining reveals new maps and modes

Infinity Ward’s reboot of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare series has proven quite effective. It sold well within the game’s community, and those sales should continue into the holiday season. Now, there’s some interesting new evidence to indicate the developer will support it for the long haul.

A Reddit user by the name of Sensescallo recently did some datamining of the game. In doing so, they’ve discovered that there are 38 map names with some images to go along with them. These include some returning favorites. Crash and Shipment from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare were among those. In addition, Sub Base and Rust from Modern Warfare 2 are also included. And a remade Black Ops map, Stadium, might be among the selections.

Lots of room for multiplayer to expand

Currently, Modern Warfare has 19 multiplayer maps, though some of them are for other modes, like Spec Ops. But this expansion would guarantee that players will have room to run around. It looks like it could offer both a mix of classic maps and new territory alike, keeping things fresh.

Charlie Intel did some digging as well and discovered some potential new modes for the game. These include the return of Demolition, Gun Game, Infected, and Capture the Flag. But there are also some new listings, such as Fire Mission and Rupture. Again, a mix of old and new, which might be a smart move on Infinity Ward’s part.

That doesn’t guarantee we’ll see all this content, though. The developer hasn’t said a word on its post-launch plans for Modern Warfare yet. And we likely won’t learn more until a few weeks from now, if not sometime in early 2020. But even if some of these, especially the older content, come to fruition, they could be a real treat.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is available now. Check out the launch trailer below!

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