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New MW3 DLC maps outed, first gameplay for Parish

We are really starting to wonder now, how upcoming MW3 DLC seemingly manages to be leaked every time before Activision has a chance to reveal it officially. We saw this with the Terminal map prior to release and now it appears that the September DLC content drop has been blown wide open too.

The good news, is that most of the information has crept online and even an gameplay video, showing one of the alleged maps included in the September drop. Obviously, there is still the little matter of the August DLC to come, but somehow intel has arrived very early on what is coming in September.

Thanks to YouTube user GameCheat13, it looks like we have at least three new multiplayer maps on the way and they have been revealed as Boardwalk, Gulch and Parish. The source has even supplied some initial images of the maps in question, but we have a feeling you’ll be more interested in a gameplay video that has also leaked.

A video below appears to show gameplay from one of the maps, Parish, on the survival game mode. The map looks pretty cool you’ll probably agree, although it would obviously have been better if we could see this on multiplayer, rather than survival. Back to our first point though – how has this information managed to slip out so early?

Has Infinity Ward already completed all of their MW3 DLC on the disc and hackers have just been able to take apart the PC version and locate it? We doubt that’s the case, as the DLC would have been available already similar to the Street Fighter X Tekken situation. Something is clearly not right though with IW’s security, as we seem to find out what is coming every month, before it actually lands.

Not that it’s a bad thing though if you just want to find out by any means possible. To recap, Boardwalk, Gulch and Parish are likely maps coming in September. Check out the footage below and let us know what you think. Also feel free to add any ideas on how the DLC info is leaked every time.

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