Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II reveals new trailer for Season 6 multiplayer maps

Call of Duty has released a new trailer for 4 maps coming in a free content update next week, including a King remaster and more.
Call Of Duty Season 6 Maps
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Call of Duty has just released a brand-new teaser trailer for the anticipated multiplayer maps that will be added to Modern Warfare II in Season 6, rolling out next week on September 27th, 2023. It will be a free content update, featuring La Casa, Koro Village, King – Remastered, and Fight.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II launched last year and is available now on PC, PlayStation and Xbox. You can watch today’s new maps trailer on the official Call of Duty YouTube channel here:

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II continues to remain relatively healthy as fans await the upcoming sequel, Modern Warfare III, which is slated to launch on November 10th, 2023. There have even been fun little collaborations in Season 5, such as the Lara Croft crossover that joined earlier this month.

Today’s trailer for the new maps showcases a fair variety of settings and some terrific visuals. It was smart to begin and end with the core maps, because they’re superbly detailed and full of personality.

La Casa has stunning lighting, a compelling environment, and an interesting design that makes more out of an interior-driven location than expected. The elevation isn’t too static, and the exteriors offer enough cover to incentivize players to successfully reposition. Without that, players might be too likely to camp for interior ambushes.

Koro Village is a bit more imaginative, with an unusual map layout. Though its lengthy streets may create some frustrating lines of sight, the curves of the overall map balance this out a bit. Also, the snowy setting is absolutely gorgeous.

King’s remastered design with overgrowth and age should please longtime fans, for the most part. But as gunfight maps go, Fight sort of has a cramped design that looks about as inventive as its name. Players may find all of these tightly designed, building-oriented maps a bit redundant, but Fight could potentially flow better than it looks in this trailer.

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Anthony Fertino

Anthony Fertino

Anthony Fertino is a novelist and lifelong gamer, born and raised in Southern California. He's been a content writer for over 10 years, and studied film at SMC for 4 years. When he isn't playing shooters, RPGs, or indies, he's reading SFF novels and trying the latest tabletop games.

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