Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 comes closer to its November release date and it seems a constant flood of information keeps pouring in, but on the se7ensins forums it seems that the multilayer map pool has been revealed. Apparently, a user was able to get this information through dabbling around in the Black Ops 2 Beta. From this list, it is now known that there will be a proposed 14 maps with Turbin, Cargo, Aftermath and Village already revealed from Gamescom.

Though these maps haven’t yet been confirmed by Activision or Treyarch it is interesting to see the variety of maps that will be included.

  • Carrier – Chinese Supercarrier. Open engagements on the deck, with great close quarter fights through the hull.
  • Cargo – Port of Singapore. Good for close quarters engagements and verticality.
  • Drone – Hidden drone facility in the heart of the Mynamar jungles. Great long engagements down the center, fun close quarter fights through the facility.
  • Express – Los Angeles bullet train station. Good long to medium engagements up and down the bullet train tracks.
  • Hijacked – Luxurious super yacht. Frantic, yet controlled close quarters engagements.
  • Aftermath – Set in a ruined downtown Los Angeles after an invasion.
  • Meltdown – Pakistan nuclear power plant. Battle for control of the nuclear cooling tower and the surrounding facilities.
  • Nightclub – Floating resort in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Tight corners and angles throughout.
  • Overflow – Peshawar, Pakistan. Great urban engagements in the flooded streets.
  • Raid – Fight through this hillside mansion, in the Hollywood Hills. Hectic close quarters engagements.
  • Slums – Run down section of Panama. Great close quarters engagements and tough chokes to fight over.
  • Socotra – Urban streets of Yemen. Tight alleys and close quarters engagements.
  • Turbine – Wind farm in the steep hills of Yemen. Fight across the different tiers and angles.
  • Village – Originally Yemen

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