It has been an intense week for the immense community of Call of Duty. However, the above has nothing to do with Operation Monarch, the event of war zone which will last until May 25; but to the avalanche of leaks Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 that came up this week. It is this topic that has generated so much conversation among many players. His excitement is fully justified, as the most recent leaks They anticipate a game with multiple novelties.
Let’s go by parts. First of all, the leaker TheMW2Ghost anticipates that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2in addition to its usual multiplayer mode and the connection with war zone 2will enter a completely new third modality. his name is DMZa proposal inspired in Escape from Tarkov. In said title, in addition to surviving the AI and real players, extractions must be made. Maybe it sounds familiar to you The Division and even for Battlefield 2042. The second tried to replicate the idea without any success.
Tom Henderson spoke about this leak, whose information about future deliveries of Call of Duty is usually accurate. According to leakerInfinity Ward has been working on the DMZ for a long time, so it won’t be a last-minute addition that goes awry — like it did with Battlefield 2042—. In fact, he points out that the new graphics engine that will make Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 was developed with DMZ in mindwhich is good news.
Continuing with the information from TheMW2Ghost, it indicates that DMZ will be available together with the release of war zone 2 Y Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. However, initially it will do so in an open beta phase. This is because, being such a complex modality, Infinity Ward wants to analyze the behavior of the players and listen to their feedback. With this data it will be possible to improve the mode over time until it reaches its final version.
Rumors further suggest that war zone 2 Y DMZ they will share the same map, thus preventing players from being forced to learn two scenarios of enormous dimensions. On the other hand, the leaker say what DMZ will have a kind of “market” where players can buy and trade items. Curiously, Escape from Tarkov offers a similar proposition.
In relation to war zone 2the youtuber NerosCinema leaked a fair amount of detail. He stressed that there will be major changes to how Loadout Drops work. Instead of reaching the area and securing the charge by just holding down a button, Drops will now be protected by a fortress. To access the cargo, it will first be necessary to complete a series of objectives. Beware, it seems that this will be the only way to access our custom classes.
NerosCinema states that war zone 2 will be more similar to black outthe battle royale Black Ops 4that with him war zone original. So that, it would be mandatory to look for an object that allows to store armor plates. Additionally, player inventory would be limited. In fact, each weapon or object would occupy a specific space within the inventory, so you would have to manage it correctly to take with you what you really occupy.
Tom Henderson endorsed the report of NerosCinemabut also took advantage of the spotlight to reveal other features from war zone 2. The most interesting is that it would allow players to perform interrogations downed players to learn the location of their squadmates. It would work very much like Rainbow Six Siege.
Since last year, Henderson himself spoke about the return of emblematic maps to the multiplayer of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and remains firm in this regard. The leaker points out that we can expect the return from Highrise, Quarry, Terminal and Afgan. However, these locations will also be present on the map of war zone 2 as points of interest, to which other emblematic places such as Favela will be added. The complete list of POIs, below:
- Quarry (Quarry)
- oil field
- Modern City (Highrise)
- Caves (Afghan)
- Mountain town (assumed Favela)
- old town
- Airport (Terminal)
The latest rumor circulating on the internet is that Activision will show the first trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 June 8. We’ll be alert.