PlayStation players of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II beta testing noticed that the Marina Bay Grand Prix map, which is based on the Singapore GP, is missing. The map would initially be available in-game. It is unknown why this is not the case.
These are the beta tests for PlayStation consoles that lasted from September 16 to 17 and from September 18 to 20. Players noticed on Friday that the Grand Prix map and references to the map are missing, Dexerto writes. This is remarkable, because the map has been featured in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II advertising material.
Charlie INTEL, a platform that focuses on Call of Duty news, writes that publisher Activision has removed images and references of the Grand Prix map from its social media channels. It’s not clear why Activision did this. Developer Infinity Ward also makes no statement about the lack of the Grand Prix map in the open beta for PlayStation consoles.
An early access beta will begin on September 22 on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. That test version is initially only accessible to gamers who have a preorder. The open beta for all platforms will take place between September 24 and 26. All sessions start at 7:00 PM Dutch time. It is not clear whether the Grand Prix map will be available in these beta tests. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be released on October 28.