Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Players Believe Easter Egg Teases Second Warzone Map

Call of Duty players will soon be dropped into Al Mazrah’s new battle royale map, like Warzone 2.0 launched on November 16 at the start of Season 1 of Modern Warfare 2. However, an Easter egg campaign has left some players feeling confident about the location of a second Warzone map that could come after Al Mazrah .

As discovered by Easter egg hunter Geeky Pastimes, there is a map that can be viewed in the campaign mission of Modern Warfare 2 called El Sin Nombre. Along with the mission’s objective of going to Diego’s room to retrieve the keycard, Geeky Pastimes noticed a large map on a table inside Diego’s room. This could easily be seen as just decoration, but he and other players speculated it meant more than that.

The map, labeled as Las Almas, is the Mexican city featured in parts of the Modern Warfare 2 campaign, and it’s where the player meets Task Force 141’s newest ally, Alejandro Vargas. It is also a prominent city in the multiplayer maps of Mercado Las Almas and Guijarro.

This find might just be room decor to match the mission’s language, but Diego’s map is unlike any regular map. This Las Almas map looks like the design made for Warzone’s Verdansk and Caldera maps. As Geeky Pastimes pointed out in his videomap content is often reused in Call of Duty and it wouldn’t be surprising to see Caldera or Verdansk maps used, but the fact is that the developer went to great lengths to create a Las Almas map that could play a role. as a tease for what was to come.

Al Mazrah’s confirmed map features Modern Warfare 2 and multiplayer campaign locations, such as Taraq, Sa’id City, Sarrif Bay, Hydropower, and Fort. Having a sub-map of Las Almas makes sense here, as these are two of the main areas of focus of the campaign. Twitter user Kalinine discovered Modern Warfare 2’s Santa Sena and Guijarro multiplayer layouts on the Las Almas map as potentially teased, making this image even more likely to come true.

Also, the second map for Warzone 2.0 shouldn’t be too shocking, as Warzone’s Verdansk and Caldera eventually both come with a sub-Revival map for the melee and respawn action modes. Based on the map image, Las Almas doesn’t appear to be the small size of Rebirth Island or Fortune’s Keep, so not sure what plans could be for a larger map to rival Al Mazrah.

Warzone is set to include a new DMZ mode at launch, described as a mining mode and a “sandbox experience” played on the Al Mazrah map. Maybe a big Las Almas map could become home to more DMZ experiences and limited time modes.

Of course, nothing is set until Activision makes an official announcement. Be sure to check all details announced for Warzone 2.0 and DMZ modes, including the new circle mechanic and Gulag changes. This is everything we know so far about Modern Warfare 2 Season 1 content.

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