Leaks have suggested that Modern Warfare 2 Season 2 is set to add in a classic map from World at War.
While Modern Warfare 2 Season 2 isn't set to roll out until Feb. 15, that hasn't stopped leakers and dataminers from finding out what could be on the way. Activision previously announced that the new season's content update would be coming a little later than expected, getting an almost two-week delay.
On the same day, Warzone 2.0 will also be receiving its Season 2 update, so Call of Duty players will have plenty to get stuck into. But, for MW2 fans, one addition is sure to get players excited.
Modern Warfare 2 Season 2 Set to Bring Back World at War Map
According to WhatIfGaming, Modern Warfare 2 Season 2 is set to bring back classic World of War map, "Castle." In addition, Modern Warfare operator "Ronin" is also set to make a return.
Ronin is inspired by Tu Lam, a real-life Special Forces Operator who served in the United States Army. The operator made his debut in Modern Warfare (2019).
The claims come via some now removed images of Season 2 key art, which hinted at an upcoming samurai theme in the new season. World of War's "Castle" map, set in Okinawa, Japan, would certainly fit the bill, and be a welcome addition for fans of the previous game's multiplayer.
But, it hasn't been that long since we last saw the classic map. Castle made its last appearance in Call of Duty: Vanguard as a remastered map. Perhaps some fans will be less enthused to see it return so soon.