Infinity Ward recently released the big Call of Duty: Modern Warfare November update, which adds the fan favorite Gun Game mode to multiplayer playlists, new Spec Ops missions, and more. As soon as the update went live, dataminers were hard at work sifting through the files to find clues for what's to come to the game in the future, finding images of what appears to be two classic Call of Duty 4 multiplayer maps in the process.

If the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare leaks are to be believed, it appears as though the game will soon be adding the fan favorite Crash map from Call of Duty 4. Crash is part of the previously-leaked multiplayer maps that have been found in datamining efforts before, but now dataminers have found an actual image of the map - a good indication that it is indeed coming to the game at some point down the road.

The other Call of Duty 4 map found in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's latest update files is Cargo, which appears to be a new version of Wet Work. It's unclear how Cargo will be different from Wet Work, but there must be some big changes or else it wouldn't make sense for Infinity Ward to give it a new name but still call Crash by its old name.

Even though dataminers have found evidence for these new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer maps, fans shouldn't get their hopes up until they're officially announced by Infinity Ward. It's possible that Infinity Ward won't finish the maps as plans can change during the development process.

While we don't know if these specific maps will come to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, we do know that more maps will be coming to the game at some point in the future. We also know that the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare DLC maps will be free, so fans don't have to worry about spending any extra cash to get their hands on the new content.

More details on new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer maps should come to light in the coming weeks.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.