To recap, Infinity Ward’s 2019 remake of the Call of Duty franchise is continued in Modern Warfare 2. Season 2 is now being considered, and with it comes a brand new map pack (some returning, mind). There are a lot of maps, some of which appear in different game modes and some taken directly from the bigger Al Mazrah Warzone 2.0 map.
As more people have played Modern Warfare 2, we’ve gotten a better look at the game’s features and direction. The provided maps span from massive ground-based battlegrounds to small-scale 6v6 arenas. Farm 18 features a main shot house, and Crown Raceway covers race vehicles.
Check out this list for a complete rundown of the Season 2 maps for Modern Warfare 2.
Modern Warfare 2 Maps list
The full roster of Modern Warfare 2 maps has been revealed in a blog post by developer Infinity Ward. Details of Season 2’s contents are as follows:
- Al Mazrah (Warzone 2.0, DMZ)
- Al-Malik International (Battlemap)
- Ashika Island (Warzone 2.0, DMZ)
- Dome (Core)
- Farm 18 (Core)
- Valderas Museum* (Core)
- Mercado Las Almas (Core)
- Breenbergh Hotel (Core)
- Taraq (Core)
- Crown Raceway (Core)
- Embassy (Core)
- El Asilo (Core)
- Shoot House (Core)
- Shipment (Core)
- Zarqwa Hydroelectric (Battlemap)
- Al Bagra Fortress (Battlemap, Core)
- Santa Seña Border Crossing (Core)
- Sarrif Bay (Battlemap)
- Sa’id (Battlemap)
- Valderas Museum (Core)*
- Zaya Observatory (Battlemap)
Note: Although the Valderas Museum was present in the game’s beta version, it was left out of the final product. It’s being reinstated for the upcoming second season.
MW2’s maps can be grouped into three broad classifications: Al Mazrah, Las Almas, and the World. The first kind of map is the one that takes place on specific areas of Al Mazrah, the primary map in Warzone 2. These maps are commonly referred to as battle maps. The City of Las Almas is the next stop on the Modern Warfare 2 map. And last, all other maps are set in various locations.
Let’s have a look at some of the available maps now:
Farm 18 Training Facility
The setting for Farm 18 is a secret training facility housed in a defunct cement plant. A large shoot house’ building sits in the center, with more open, overgrown regions on either side.
The Crown Raceway is up next. A racetrack serves as inspiration here. It occurs in the structures adjacent to the racetrack. Plenty of white, winding hallways to hide in and plenty of fast cars to use as cover. Domination and Hardpoint appear to work well on this map at the moment.
Mercado Las Almas
Modern Warfare 2’s multiplayer mode will contain Market Las Almas upon release. It’s designed for intense 6v6 battles and has a center passage perfect for sniping. Aside from the limited space indoors, you can also use mobile kitchens and delivery vehicles as mobile gun platforms.
Another 6v6 map in Modern Warfare 2 is Breenbergh Hotel. The location is mostly indoors and features elevated walkways for excellent people-watching. The hallways are narrow. However, the lobby areas are pretty spacious. It’s time for the Battlemaps, some of which will be set in familiar locations from the Al Mazrah sector of Warzone 2. Here, 32-player clashes are the norm.
Sniping and aerial killstreaks are useful in Sarrif Bay because of the meandering staircases and tiered structures. Helicopters frequently drop down cyborg soldiers. If you want to level up, you need to kill them.
The maps of various other games have been explored in a few of the articles we’ve talked about before. These are some links you can follow to view game maps:
- Grand Theft Auto 6 Release Date, Map, and More!
- Splatoon 3 Shows a Detailed View of the New Map Arriving With the Next Season.
Modern Warfare 2 New maps
Three new maps will be introduced as part of the second season of Modern Warfare 2. Two are the main multiplayer maps for Warzone 2.0, and the third is reserved for the new Resurgence mode.
Museum, which was included in the beta, comes first. There are a lot of stairwells and open places for medium-range gunplay on this larger 6v6 map. Strangely, this map wasn’t available at launch but is now available in Season 2.
And then there’s Dome, which is also not a whole new map. This version of Dome is from Modern Warfare 3. However, it has appeared in prior Call of Duty games as well. It’s getting a slight makeover and will debut in Season 2.
There’s finally Ashika Island. It’s the new Resurgence Mode map for Warzone 2.0 and will also be available in DMZ. Compared to Al Mazrah, this map is much more compact and features a drastically altered topography and layout.
All of Season 2’s maps for Modern Warfare 2 are used up.
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