Modern Warfare 3 is getting a big reveal during Call of Duty Next on October 5, and now Activision has confirmed that Warzone's DMZ extraction mode will not be featured during the event. However, players can still enjoy the mode on Modern Warfare 2's existing maps.

The official Call of Duty Twitter account tweeted to say that even though DMZ won't be featured at Call of Duty Next, there will still be continued support of the DMZ beta. Activision says, "Players will have continuing infiltration opportunities for Al Mazrah, Ashika Island, Vondel, as well as Building 21 and Koschei Complex."

#MW2 DMZ Community Update 📣
Although DMZ won’t be showcased at #CODNext this week, we’re excited to share that we will continue to support the DMZ Beta. Players will have continuing infiltration opportunities for Al Mazrah, Ashika Island, Vondel — as well as Building 21 and…

— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) October 2, 2023

This means players can enjoy the existing locations in the DMZ beta, but it looks unlikely that new maps will pop up in Modern Warfare 3's Warzone. This isn't too surprising as Zombies is confirmed as Modern Warfare 3's cooperative mode, which is described as an open-world experience with survival elements and PvE extraction. This won't be traditional round-based Zombies, and instead it sounds much like a mashup between DMZ and Black Ops Cold War's Zombies Outbreak mode.

Activision says more details on DMZ's support will arrive closer to Season 1 of Modern Warfare 3. The game launches across all platforms on November 10, and all the major announcements for Modern Warfare 3 are highlighted here.

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