Call of Duty’s Most Controversial Map Returns!

Are you ready to Get High once again in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3?


  • Sledgehammer Games brings back the highly controversial but exciting map, Get High, in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
  • Initially, the map took just four hours for the course of the 4/20 event.
  • Along with it, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 recently got the last update before the launch of Season 4.
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Call of Duty has always brought moments of joy to its fans. There is a reason this game has been dominating the first-person shooting genre for so long. One of the reasons for the huge success of this franchise is its exciting maps, be it the iconic Nuketown or the new Rebirth Island.


However, there is one map that has sparked huge controversy in the community. Although it lasted for a very short period, many fans still enjoyed it, apart from those who criticized it. Now, there is a big treat for the fans who have liked it because the map, named Get High, has returned in Modern Warfare 3.

Get High is Back in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

Get High is back in Call of Duty: Modern Wafare 3.
Get High is back in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

The controversial and exciting parkour map Get High is back in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, but for a limited time, of course, like the last time. Famous dataminer DETONATED has shared this news in an X post. Additionally, the “Get High” soundtrack is also up on the official YouTube channel of Sledgehammer Games. This music was composed by legendary composer Steve Oiumette.


Now, the main question arises: why was this map controversial? Previously, the map came on 4/20, which is April 20 only for four hours. Now, this particular day is marked by users of an officially banned but unofficially available drug. Whereas the Get High Parkour Map was meant exclusively for the 4/20 event.

In this map, players had to race parkour-style but in a neon-colored trippy environment. And this idea might have hurt many fans’ ideologies. The map is live, and players are advised to try out the mode right now, as there is no official confirmation on when the map will vanish once again, like the previous time when players got only four hours to enjoy it.


What Else Has Modern Warfare 3 Got in the Works?

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has got an update on May 14.
Modern Warfare 3 released an update on May 14.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has recently received an update on May 14, 2024. This is likely to be the last update before the game’s launch of Season 4 in late May.

In this update, various bug issues have been fixed, along with some weapon changes.


In Warzone, there has been a prevalent bug that has been causing automatic tactical sprint issues. Now this bug is fixed in the recent update. Along with some Zombie mode bug fixes have been done as well.

May 14’s patch also balanced the new JAK Warden’s conversion kit, which is quite similar to the Model 1887 Akimbo shotgun from the classic Modern Warfare 2 (2009). Unlike before, the JAK Wardens will no longer equip incompatible attachments. Also, many optic attachments are now showcasing accurate statistics in the Gunsmith menu.

Are you excited for the Get High map in Modern Warfare 3? Let us know your views in the comment section.


Written by Nilendu Brahma

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I'm Nilendu Brahma, a gaming aficionado who's carved a niche in esports and FPS journalism. With stints at GosuGamers and EssentiallySports under my belt, I've honed my craft in delivering top-notch coverage of titles like Call of Duty and Valorant. My passion for gaming traces back to my childhood, fueling my drive to delve deep into the virtual worlds I love. Armed with a Bachelor's in English Literature, I infuse my writing with a unique blend of literary finesse and gaming expertise. Currently, I'm weaving captivating narratives for FandomWire, captivating readers with every word.