" This seaside Italian getaway is anything but idyllic, as tight corners and branching pathways pose great risk at every turn. Close-range combat dominates, and the team that best utilizes flanking routes will most often come out on top. Attacks from behind, above and below are an ever-constant threat. Keep up your awareness and don't get taken by surprise."
— Call of Duty ELITE
Piazza is a multiplayer map for set in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Italy.
The map has been released along with
Liberation in the first , which was released on January 24 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Content Pack th 2012 for Call of Duty ELITE subscribers on Xbox 360, and was released on February 28 for PlayStation 3 Elite Subscribers. It was released along with the other maps in Collection 1 for non-Elite PlayStation 3 players on April 21. Piazza and the rest of Collection 1 was released for PC on May 8 th, 2012.
Survival Mode Edit
Survival Mode, although Piazza does not have a difficulty level in-game, it plays as if it had the difficulty of Regular. The player(s) start with the USP .45, two Frag Grenades, two Flash Grenades, a Self Revive and 250 Armor. The hostiles include Bomb Squads, Chemical Warfare, Choppers, and Riot Shield Juggernauts.
An overview of the map. Note that this is an incorrect map of Domination on Piazza, as B and A should be swapped around.
Piazza is the Italian word for Plaza or Town Square.
There is a teddy bear inside the bell in the bell tower, it can be seen at the southeastern part of the map.
There is a golden trophy inside of the house.
There is a menu inside of a bakery that is in French.
In the trailer detailing this map, the player is using a UMP45 with a -style Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 ACOG Scope.
The license plates of the cars on the map read " IW 5" referring to the fact that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is Infinity Ward's fifth game.
On the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Content Season Overview, "Piazza" is misspelled as "Piaza."
One of the shops on this map is called "Macelleria: Carne Equina", which translates to Horse Butcher.
It is located in Amalfi Coast, Italy.