A New Map Added to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare


A new map has been added to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, one of the most played FPS games of recent times, offering two-by-two battlegrounds. This map, called Bazaar, is smaller than most of the available maps in the game.

The popular FPS game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, which was released in the last season, has got a new map with the latest update. The ‘Bazaar’ map, where players can fight two to two, promises a fun war experience for experienced players.

The new map, which is planned to be playable on the first day of the 2nd season under normal conditions, could not be published at that time due to some glitches. This battle arena, which was finally added to the game, is located on the territory of Urzikstan, according to Activision. Smaller than many maps available in the game, Bazaar offers many more close combat opportunities for players who want to improve their game skills in this sense.

There will be twice as much XP activity in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare this weekend:
However, the new Gunfight mode map will place players in 2-on-2 matches with no revival active. The first team to reach 6 wins from the players placed in the match will win the match and achieve victory. Although this map does not offer great innovations, it can provide players with fun minutes.

In addition to the new Bazaar map, there are new events waiting for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare players. At this point, players will be able to get ‘twice as much XP’ throughout the weekend, active from 28 February. Let us remind you that the Double XP event, which will start on February 28 at 19.00, will not be valid for Battle Pass progress or weapons.

In addition, the uncertainty about the ‘Battle Royale’ mode, which is perhaps one of the most curious topics of the game, still continues. This mode, which has not been officially approved by either Activision or Infinity Ward, will be added to the game within a few weeks at the latest, and will be playable in early March, according to some sources.