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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 fans are in luck

Modern Warfare 3 will include several multiplayer maps from Modern Warfare 2.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 fans are in luck
Pedro Domínguez Rojas

Pedro Domínguez Rojas

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is just about to hit the shelves, and millions of fans worldwide are eager to play the annual installment of the popular Activision franchise. This new title, developed by Sledgehammer Games, is the third part of the Modern Warfare reboot, one of the two major subseries of COD.

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Indeed, Modern Warfare 3 will already feature a wide range of content, including the return of the popular Zombies mode. As an additional surprise gift to the fans after the game’s launch on November 10th, Sledgehammer will be bringing back maps from Modern Warfare 2.

Modern Warfare 2 (the original one) served as the entry point for many players into the COD series. Its impressive campaign story (with the famous “No Russian” mission) and its captivating multiplayer mode delighted millions of gamers, who hold many of its maps in special regard.

After many of them appeared in the new Modern Warfare 2, fans cried tears of joy at the prospect of reliving their past experiences in the new generation. Now, with the arrival of Modern Warfare 3, players will continue to enjoy some of these maps shortly after the game’s release.

As detailed in the Call of Duty blog, the first set of MW2 maps to be released will include the Farm 18, Mercado, and Shoot House maps, which will be featured in a dedicated playlist. The best part is that these maps, released gradually, are not part of the 12 planned 6 vs. 6 maps for MW3’s seasons, so players will have an abundance of maps to enjoy.

The release date for the MW2 maps has not been announced yet, but we can expect to hear more about them shortly after the launch of Modern Warfare 3.

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Pedro Domínguez Rojas

Pedro Domínguez Rojas

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