The subject matter of this article was cut from the final version of a Call of Duty game. Munich Game Call of Duty: Black Ops Location Munich, Germany Terrain Urban Console Codename (PC) mp_munich Munich is a canceled multiplayer map that was planned to be featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops. OverviewEdit Munich seems to be a map based on the Olympic Village in Munich, Germany. This map was recreated in the First Strike DLC by Stadium. Most of the buildings are the same but with different color schemes. TriviaEdit The map was apparently scrapped late in the game's development, as vote icons were created for it. The map seems to be based on the Olympic Village in Munich and site of the hostage taking of 11 Israeli athletes by Palestinian terrorists at the 1972 Olympic games. Munich serves as the base for Stadium, a DLC map featured in First Strike. GalleryEdit Munich minimap.Add a photo to this galleryv • d • eMaps of Call of Duty: Black OpsIncludedArray · Crisis · Cracked · Firing Range · Grid · Hanoi · Havana · Jungle · Launch · Nuketown · Radiation · Summit · Villa · WMD · Kino der Toten (ZM) · "Five" (ZM) · Dead Ops Arcade (ZM)First StrikeBerlin Wall · Discovery · Kowloon · Stadium · Ascension (ZM)EscalationConvoy · Hotel · Stockpile · Zoo · Call of the Dead (ZM)AnnihilationHangar 18 · Drive-In · Silo · Hazard · Shangri-La (ZM)RezurrectionNacht der Untoten (ZM) · Verrückt (ZM) · Shi No Numa (ZM) · Der Riese (ZM) · Moon (ZM)CanceledAirbase · Havana · Jungle · Landing · Munich · Port · Rooftops · Sandstorm · Sea Lab · Shipyard · Snow Mine · Temple of Doom (ZM) · Underwater · Uranium · War Museum · Paris (ZM) Retrieved from "https://callofduty.fandom.com/wiki/Munich?oldid=2084782" Categories: Call of Duty: Black Ops Cut Multiplayer Maps Add category Cancel Save Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.