Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's Message of the Day has been the focus of some scrutiny since launch. Some fans have expressed the opinion that Infinity Ward was using the Message of the Day to tease them about overpowered and controversial weapons like claymores. Whether or not that's accurate is up for debate, but there have been some strange Message of the Day posts in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, with the latest one being particularly odd.

There is a new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Message of the Day post that talks about the Aniyah Palace multiplayer map. The post talks about where Aniyah Palace is located and offers some tips to players, but it also seems to imply that the map is actually intended for the large-scale 32v32 Ground War mode. "With twisting footpaths, short sightlines and high heights, this huge map is fit for Ground War," the post says. However, Aniyah Palace isn't a Ground War map; it's actually just a standard multiplayer map.

This strange post could be interpreted as someone from Infinity Ward putting in their opinion that Aniyah Palace is too big for standard multiplayer, though there's nothing to back that up. Alternatively, it could be an indication that Aniyah Palace was once intended to be a Ground War map, only for plans to change by the time Call of Duty: Modern Warfare launched. It's also possible that this is just an error.

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Error or not, this isn't the first questionable Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Message of the Day post that has caught some attention. Recently, a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Message of the Day promoted the PS4-exclusive Spec Ops Survival mode to PC and Xbox One players. Since those on PC and Xbox One can't access Spec Ops Survival, this seemed to be a bit strange, and some speculated that it was sent to players on those platforms on accident.

The strange Message of the Day posts come amidst growing concern from the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare community about Infinity Ward's silence in regards to some common fan complaints. There are those who feel Infinity Ward has stopped communicating with fans since launch, and have ignored concerns about Skill Based Matchmaking and other issues. It will be interesting to see how Infinity Ward responds to this fan criticism moving forward.

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

Source: CharlieIntel