Trendy Warfare will get new maps 4 months after Activision left the sport behind • Eurogamer.internet

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Name of Responsibility: Trendy Warfare has new maps this morning, 4 months after Activision left the sport behind to give attention to Black Ops Chilly Battle and Warzone.

After downloading this morning’s mammoth mid-season two replace, Trendy Warfare followers had been shocked to see the Killhouse map added to Multiplayer alongside the brand new Killhouse 24/7 playlist.

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Killhouse initially appeared in Infinity Ward’s ground-breaking Name of Responsibility 4: Trendy Warfare, and it was noticed within the information of 2019’s Trendy Warfare again in February 2020.

Followers have additionally noticed Al-Raab Airbase (6v6) and Drainage (Gunfight) added to Trendy Warfare’s rotation.

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Bizarrely, these new maps hit the sport with none announcement from Infinity Ward or Activision. There are at the moment no patch notes for Trendy Warfare, or any indication whether or not some other content material is coming – or has come – to the sport.

In December, Trendy Warfare’s season six got here to an finish with no signal of a season seven.

Infinity Ward’s first-person shooter launched on 25th October 2019. Since then, it is seen the launch of free-to-play battle royale Warzone, Treyarch and Raven’s Black Ops Chilly Battle, and 6 seasons’ value of latest content material and battle passes.

It was thought useless, however in the present day’s shock information suggests Trendy Warfare hasn’t but been completely forgotten.

Followers had hoped Captain John “Cleaning soap” MacTavish can be added as a brand new operator to the sport, since he is talked about in Trendy Warfare and heard in Warzone, however thus far he is nowhere to be seen. Maybe he’ll be added as a part of Warzone’s upcoming nuke occasion.

Regardless of the case, Trendy Warfare simply received a shot within the arm. Will we see a next-gen console model come out?

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