News > Call of Duty Modern Warfare Season 2: Battle Royale Map Leaked?
Call of Duty Modern Warfare Season 2 is now live on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, offering Call of Duty players a new Battle Pass, as well as new content, maps, and many more rewards.
Take a look at the official Modern Warfare battle royale trailer that was released with Modern Warfare Season 2 yesterday!
If you go to Atlas Superstore in a private match and become the COD caster you can explore the entire map. It is all low quality because you don't see it in regular gameplay. I flew all the way up in the sky to get the overview :) pic.twitter.com/QpiVaBd7Un— Ryan B. (@PrestigeIsKey) February 12, 2020
According to the above Tweet, players that COD cast in a private game on Modern Warfare’s Season 2 map Atlas Superstore have the ability to explore the area, where they can potentially find a rough version of a possible new battle royale map. Looking at the map in full, Season 2 may offer the potential for 15 different locations, as well as six major points of interest.
Following the Modern Warfare update, a number of players reported seeing an option on the main menu labelled ‘Classified’ — albeit greyed out — leaving us wondering whether this is part of the new battle royale mode!
Call of Duty players will be excited with the new content additions welcomed by the launch of the second season last night, which included:
Whether the map leak is true or not, is still anybody’s guess, but the battle royale mode release may be a lot sooner than we think!
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