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The images, which have now been deleted, were originally posted by @R3AL1TYUK, a Twitter account that has been suspended following multiple alleged DMCA takedowns from Activision.
In an Imgur re-hosting of these images (via Charlie Intel), you can see the maps as well as their names.
The first of the multiplayer map images is for a location called “Grand Prix”. which as the name and image would suggest, takes place around a racing circuit.
The second, “Oilfield” is similarly self-descriptive. The third map image is known as “Museum”, although it’s unknown if this just refers to the exterior of the building or if the majority of the map will take place inside.
Another map. which has the internal codename “Saba” was also posted on Twitter, however, details about the location of the map are sparse.
The original poster of the map images, currently posting under the @RealiityUK alternate account (although this is likely to be closed shortly) also teased that they have images of the following maps;
- Esports Gym
- Firing Range
- Floating Bay
- Mountain Town
It’s likely that Favela is a remake or a reimagining of the Modern Warfare 2 (2009) map which also took place in the favelas of Brazil.
Alongside this leak, images that are reportedly from Black Ops 5 have also been uncovered.
The images, which have been posted online, could point to the game taking place during the Gulf War.
Activision recently confirmed that the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 release date is October 28, 2022.
The publisher claims that it will feature a globe-trotting campaign, multiplayer and an “evolved” Special Ops mode.
Activision has officially announced that Warzone 2.0 will be released later this year.
The publisher confirmed in April that a new free-to-play Warzone experience was being built from the ground-up alongside Modern Warfare 2, led by developer Infinity Ward.