In March, Activision took a quick hit on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare players by adding two new maps, Al-Raab Airbase and Drainage, in a surprise update, before pulling them out a week later. Now, they're back and the editor is confident they're here to stay.
Arriving without fanfare alongside Black Ops updates in the middle of the season: Cold War and Warzone, Modern Warfare (2019) reclaimed the original map from Modern Warfare (2007), Killhouse, along with two new maps that , in retrospect, they probably shouldn't have been there. .
Initially only available in private games, Infinity Ward quietly pulled out the maps a week later, before saying yes. they will finally return once they have been given "a little more love".
Update Updating the #ModernWarfare Playlist! 🚨Live now on all platforms: – Add "Al-Raab Airbase" 24 / 7- Add "Drain" to Gunfight and Gunfight – Snipers playlists only – Search removal and destructionJune 30, 2021
As you saw Eurogamer, the new maps returned in an update earlier today. Al-Raab Airbase has received its own 24/7 playlist, while Drainage is available to try on the usual Gunfight and Snipers Only playlists.
It’s a small addition to a game that has been largely abandoned as Activision moves forward with the Cold War, Warzone and Sledgehammer, which was not yet called Call of Duty, which will come later this year. It is rumored that this play would return to World War II, bringing Warzone to the 1940s with a real battle map located in the Pacific theater.