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Ahead of a full reveal later this week, the publisher tweeted the teaser image of the new map below. It will launch as part of the battle royale game’s integration with the upcoming Modern Warfare 3.
The image reveals a port location featuring several cranes and plenty of shipping containers, and a larger city area in the background including a skyscraper under construction.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) October 1, 2023
The image was released as part of a teaser for the Call of Duty: Next live stream, which will take place on October 5 at 9am PT / 12pm ET / 5pm BST.
It will showcase Modern Warfare 3’s multiplayer modes including Zombies, plus new Call of Duty Warzone content and Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile.
Activision has also published a video focused on new weapon customisation features for Modern Warfare 3, which is viewable below.
According to Activision, “Aftermarket Parts give you an entirely new way to interact with a weapon while in Gunsmith, utilizing Conversion Kits to transform a weapon to become something entirely different.”
“Think of them as remixes for the guns,” says Sledgehammer Games’ systems designer Nick Carraro. “It’s a way for players to come back to a weapon that they may have already mastered or played out and it’s going to give them an entirely new dimension to interact with the gun in a way that regular attachments can’t.”
Design director Zach Hodson adds: “They’re nearly a new gun. [Aftermarket Parts] are powerful, meaningful changes to these weapons.”
Set for release on November 10, Modern Warfare 3 is a direct sequel to last year’s Modern Warfare 2. Development is being led by Sledgehammer Games, in collaboration with Infinity Ward, while Treyarch is in charge of its Zombies mode.