Call of Duty 2024 maps and weapons revealed by Warzone Mobile screenshots leak

Warzone Mobile’s Alpha reveals screenshots of New Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty 2024.

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Call of Duty 2024 details leaked

Call of Duty is the biggest name in the first-person shooter video game genre in the world right now. Ever since the first game in this franchise was released way back in 2003, we have seen a never-ending list of titles come out year after year, delivering enormous fun to the world.

One of the latest releases in this franchise is Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. This title is just over three months away from its release, and already, some recent leaks have brought to light some new screenshots of the game that have been leaked from the Alpha version of Warzone Mobile, which is a yet-to-be-released title that is set in the same world as Modern Warfare 2.

It was just a few months earlier that a couple of invitations to some gamers and content creators were sent. This invitation was for testing out the upcoming Warzone Mobile game. Now, it seems that several players have been given the privilege of access to the closed CoD Warzone Mobile alpha. And as could be expected, data miners have managed to get their hands on a few Call of Duty 2024 screenshots that come from the data of the mobile game.

There’s good news and bad news. Let’s start with the first one. The images that had been leaked were of multiple loading screens that showed some Call of Duty 2024 multiplayer maps. These were shared on Twitter. The bad news is that since these images were under NDA from Activision, we are unable to share those images here. Plus, the account on Twitter that had originally shared them has been suspended.

But if you want to know the details, read the post below and you can also check out the tweet through the link given below.

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CoD Warzone Mobile alpha contains Call of Duty 2024 screenshots leak

As mentioned above, basically, there is no way for you to see the leaked Call of Duty 2024 photos at the moment.

The leaker RealiityUK disclosed that the game's data had allusions to Call of Duty 2024 under the name "Black Ops 6." It's not apparent why the pictures have the Black Ops 6 label when there is no Black Ops 5. However, it appears that the Black Ops series' next instalment will be in 2024.

Now, coming to the screenshots themselves, they are of the Grand Prix, Museum, SABA (codename), and Oilfield maps that come from Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. As of now, we only know the Grand Prix map from the official trailers of the title. Plus, these leaks also look at three maps that are from the Ground War mode in the upcoming Call of Duty title, developed by Infinity Ward. The names given to these three Call of Duty 2024 maps are Sira, Fishtown, and Hydro.

Along with the previously mentioned information, the Leaker (@RealiityUK) also disclosed a fresh batch of weapons that were discovered through game data. Both in model form and as text-based code strings, these have been seen. According to reports, Black Ops 6 will have roughly 20 new weapons:

  • Assault Rifles: coslo723, aking74 (ak74?), clove, ceasyLA: pable3
  • Pistol: stiger
  • Light Machine Guns: ksuger58
  • SMG: mparis5 (mp5?), sroger3
  • Shotgun: moslo500
  • Sniper: sroger25, utiger, hechuck

The leaker also provided a list of all the MP maps that are currently available in Modern Warfare 2 MP, along with their codenames. While the remaining maps are codenames or ship names for the 2022 game, some of them are relics from Modern Warfare 2019:

  • Action_park
  • agentperf
  • ancient
  • backstab
  • catedral
  • climb
  • cruce
  • davos
  • dogtown
  • esports gym
  • exhume
  • favela
  • firing range
  • floating bay
  • grand prix
  • killhouse
  • lighthouse
  • luxury
  • mountain town
  • narcos
  • oilfield
  • ridge
  • runner
  • saba
  • salvage
  • tokyo
  • yellow castle
  • Hydro
  • Museum
  • Swap Meet
  • Fishtown
  • farm

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Additionally, "CodHQ" is mentioned in the Warzone Mobile files; this is presumably the suspected application that connects all Call of Duty games.

Here's where the leak does something completely unexpected. Call of Duty 2024 is a game that is supposed to be developed by Treyarch. Well, as it turns out, Warzone Mobile’s data also has some screenshots from this title.

Taking for granted the fact that the concept of the video game will not have changed since the leak, it would seem that Treyarch’s Call of Duty 2024 title is based in an era that is either modern or set a little in the future. The screenshot from which this prediction has been made features a modern-looking fighter inside a US military zone in a desert.

As of now, we have no information about why such screenshots were stored in Warzone Mobile’s Alpha version in the first place. The only option now is to wait for our data miners to dig deeper and try to solve this mystery.

If you keep up with your video game news, you would know that the developers - Infinity Ward had recently said that the release of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 marks the start of a new era in this series. CoD Warzone 2 and Warzone Mobile are set in the same world. However, what we do not have a clue about is how Treyarch’s Call of Duty 2024 is going to fit in this big melting pot.

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And that exhausts all the information we had at our hands about the New Modern Warzone 2 and Call of Duty 2024 screenshots leak.

You can check out the leaked image of the maps through these links: map 1 and map 2.

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