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Monday, 18 June 2012 08:34

Shipbreaker & Terminal next for MW3?

Written by David Stellmack



Leaked video suggests next DLC maps


A leaked video captured from the PlayStation 3 version of Modern Warfare 3 seems to suggest the next maps that are coming for DLC will be Shipbreaker and Terminal. The video was captured after a recent patch and the maps are no longer listed.

While rumors of Terminal making a comeback from Modern Warfare 2 have circulated for a long time, it never has happened so far despite all of the rumors. Shipbreaker, on the other hand, seems to be something new, as is the new Face Mode that is supposed to be a part of the June or July content drop for Elite members providing that it actually happens.

While the video circulates, no one seems to be talking. We can tell you that as fast as the video has been passed around, it is being taken down.  It is hard to know if this is being driven from Activision or not.



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