Grand Prix was one of the first Modern Warfare 2 maps to be announced, but with the multiplayer beta now live, any trace of it has mysteriously vanished.
The beta kicked off on September 16 with four maps: Beenbergh Hotel, Farm 18, Mercado Las Almas, and Valderas Museum, giving players a wide range of map types to play as part of the first beta weekend.
Interestingly though, one map we expected to see was missing, with Grand Prix not included in the Modern Warfare 2 beta.
Grand Prix was set to give players the chance to run around Marina Bay in Singapore, with the map based on the real-world Formula 1 Grand Prix that takes place there every year.
Complete with cars actually driving around the track, garages, and pit boxes, Grand Prix was set to merge Call of Duty with the incredibly popular sport.
Unfortunately, Activision have removed every mention of Grand Prix from not only the game, but from social media as well.
The reason for this remains unclear, with no official announcement from the publishers regarding what has happened. Some players have suggested a licensing issue with Formula 1 owners Liberty Media, but with no real-life drivers of teams mentioned, it remains a theory for now.
We also don’t know whether Activision have temporarily removed it to make some changes, or if it will ever come back. We’ll keep you updated if Activision drop any information on the matter.
Image Credits: Activision
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