As reported by Dexerto, Call of Duty leaker Senescallo posted what may be the map for Modern Warfare's battle royale mode, Warzone. The map closely resembles the map that was leaked in November 2019, which was also released by Senescallo. That map was edited by Redditor Kalinine, who marked the map with potential locations that reference the game's multiplayer maps and Spec Ops maps. Kalinine estimates that Warzone's map will be 8 km² in size.
Many rumors about Warzone have surfaced since last year. The mode will supposedly feature up to 200 players and will have a Gulag feature that will have players who have died participate in 1v1 matches to have a chance at a second life. Warzone will be free-to-play for everyone, even those who do not own Modern Warfare.
Warzone has been hinted at by Activision before. The opening cinematic for Modern Warfare's second season trailer showed players jumping out of a plane onto a map that was larger than usual. A new mode has appeared on Modern Warfare's main menu, but only says "CLASSIFIED."
In other Call of Duty news, Zombies mode has been removed from Call of Duty: Mobile. According to a community update, the mode was not the level of quality that the game's developer had desired. The mode will be removed from the game on March 25. The developer did state that the mode may return to the game in the future, but only when it meets their standards. If they bring the mode back, it will come with the release of the mode's second map, Nacht Der Untoten. For now, the developer will focus on development for the game's Multiplayer, Battle Royale, and Ranked Modes.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. While this information seems legitimate, please take it with a grain of salt until Activision fully confirms Warzone.