Modern Warfare gets the Al-Raab Airbase and Drainage maps after a game settings update, leaving those who continue to play extremely happy.
The Modern Warfare Al-Raab Airbase and Drain maps, which were announced to have arrived in the game in April, have finally appeared with the new game settings update.
After players have been quite dissatisfied with the state of Modern Warfare lately, feeling like Warzone updates are causing various bugs and crashes.
Aside from an all-new SMG, the CX-9, making unexpected appearances in Modern Warfare's multiplayer, it looks like players have indeed received some new content for the game, in the form of two new multiplayer maps.
New Modern Warfare Al-Raab airbase and drain maps
The two new maps are Al-Raab Airbase and Drainage, one for 6v6 and one for 2v2 Gunfight and other smaller team-based modes.
These maps were temporarily available in April, with the promise that they would return. Now with the recent game settings update they are finally released.
Al-Raab Air Base
Al-Raab Airbase is a new multiplayer map that players can now enjoy in Modern Warfare multiplayer. This map is for 6v6 game modes and may also be familiar to those who played the campaign mission, Proxy Warfare.
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This map is relatively larger than CoD's standard 6v6, with plenty of verticality and long lanes to detect.
Drainage is the new Gunfight map, with the option of also being available for other smaller game modes.
It's quite large for a Gunfight map and features a bridge as its standout feature, and there's a ton of ground wreckage for players to use for cover.
This is great for those still playing the game, which was released in 2019, as many prefer the gameplay to the latest Black Ops Cold War release.
Fortunately, Modern Warfare continues to keep Raven Software's attention, and who knows, we might see more content for the game in the future.
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