Rumor: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Launch Maps List for Different Modes Listed, 10 Available at Launch

modern warfare launch maps list

While we already posted the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game modes included in the game’s files via datamined info, we now have what seems to be the Modern Warfare launch maps list for multiplayer, Gunfight mode, and Ground War!

The list is courtesy of reliable Modern Warfare leaker TheGamingRevolution who posted the link, along with more info regarding the maps.

https://twitter.com/TheGamingRevoYT/status/1180418545152339969

https://twitter.com/TheGamingRevoYT/status/1180557746724364289

https://twitter.com/TheGamingRevoYT/status/1180557749115084800

https://twitter.com/TheGamingRevoYT/status/1180559266345885704

Everything below will be at launch:
3 Ground War Maps
7 Gunfight Maps
10 Normal Maps – Including Aniyah

ALL MAPS BELOW WILL BE IN AT LAUNCH:

Normal Maps(Not GW):
* Aniyah Palace
* Cave (Night)
* Cave
* Deadzone
* Euphrates Bridge
* Hackney Yard
* Hackney Yard (Night
* Piccadilly
* Petrograd
* Gun Runner
* Gun Runner (Night)
* Spear
* Spear (Night)

Grazna Raid — from a separate tweet

Gunfight Maps:

* Hill
* King
* King (Night)
* Docks
* Pine
* Showers = Gulag
* Speedball
* Stack
*
Ground War Maps:
* Karst River Quarry
* Downtown Donetsk
* Farms

Spear might have a different name

Missing Grazna Raid as a normal map, I knew there was one missing since there’s 10.

Again, these are not official and as such, should be taken with a grain of salt. That said, TheGamingRevolution has been pretty accurate so far when it comes to these things, hence why we’re reporting on it.

In other Modern Warfare news, don’t forget to check out the weapons list that was leaked via datamined info.

Are these enough maps at launch for you? Or should Infinity Ward at least shoot for more maps in standard multiplayer? Let us know your thoughts below.

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