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By entering the new Atlas Superstore multiplayer map in free spectating mode, players can fly outside of its boundaries and explore the locations beyond, which as a whole will reportedly make up the battle royale map.
The map environment matches a leaked Call of Duty battle royale map from late last year. However, thanks to datamined information we now know the names of the locations within it.
[UPDATE: The Call of Duty battle royale release date is set for early March, development sources have told VGC.]
The battle royale map is made up of several Ground War maps (multiplayer arenas built for 64 players) stitched together, including Boneyard, Quarry, Port and more.
YouTube creator XclusiveAce also discovered that the battle royale map will feature locations based on various multiplayer maps past-and-present, as Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 did with its Blackout battle royale mode.
Vacant, Scrapyard and Atlas Superstore all feature, as well as CoD4’s Broadcast and Killhouse.
A previous leak suggested that the Modern Warfare battle royale map will support up to 200 players.
Activision has recently taken action against some content creators as it attempts to suppress leaks of the upcoming battle royale mode.
Players have seemingly been able to glitch into menus and sections of the battle royale mode, which is reportedly called Warzone, since the release of Modern Warfare’s Season 2 update on Tuesday.
The video in question was removed following a copyright strike from Activision.
Player Dean Carter, who reportedly released Warzone footage after being inexplicably teleported into the battle royale map, had his game account banned.
Carter was later able to play Modern Warfare again after seemingly agreeing not to post pictures or videos of the Warzone areas should he encounter them again.
Activision declined to comment when approached by VGC.