Why Did Infinity Ward Remove Drainage And Al-Raab Airbase From Modern Warfare Multiplayer?
According to the studio, these maps aren’t ready just yet and need more attention before being readded to the game.
When Black Ops Cold War and Call of Duty: Warzone Season Two Reloaded went live, players noticed that Infinity Ward added three new maps to Modern Warfare.
- Drainage (Gunfight)
- Al-Raab Airbase (6v6)
- Killhouse (a remake of the classic Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare map)
With the focus on Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, Modern Warfare doesn’t get too many content updates these days. So, these new maps were a pleasant surprise. Even if two of them (Drainage and Al-Raab Airbase) were only accessible via private matches.
However, just a few days later, both Drainage and Al-Raab Airbase were silently removed from the rotation.
What’s Up With The Sykov, CX-9 SMG, or the RAAL LMG?
Alongside the two multiplayer maps, there is more unreleased content for Modern Warfare and Warzone worth talking about from Operator Bundles to new weapons. These new weapons include the Sykov pistol, the CX-9 SMG, and the RAAL LMG.
A few days ago, notable Call of Duty insider TailsDoll553 posted possible release dates for a variety of bundles in Warzone.
Although the leaker couldn’t find any release dates for the CX-9, RAAL, or the Soap Operator Bundle, they did state that the Sykov could potentially arrive on April 15th with a blueprint of the gun included in the Sparks Operator Bundle.
TailsDoll553 also noted that all of these bundles “could be subjected to change at any time but these are most likely the dates for the bundles.”
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