The subject of this article appeared in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
For the similar looking, but larger map, see Liberation.

"Wishful thinking won’t keep you safe in New Orleans' war-torn French Quarter, where a local bombed-out parish plays host to a smaller-sized Multiplayer Map well suited for those who want to run-and-gun amidst the city's rubble."
— Official Description on the Call of Duty: Elite Content Calendar


Parish is a multiplayer map in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. It is part of Content Pack 9 for Elite subscribers. The map is located in the US city of New Orleans. In the center of the map is the Saint Kevin's Catholic Parish, which is destroyed and bombed. There is a clothing store and a bar nearby which players can access, and a wasteland of wrecked hovercrafts, vehicles and transport trucks.[1]

Survival Mode[edit | edit source]

Players start with a Model 1887, a Five Seven, Extreme Conditioning, a Self Revive, and 250 Body Armor. They receive no Frags or Flashbangs.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • There is a sign inside the bombed church that reads "Couples that game together stay together."
  • On a sign, it shows that the priest for the church is named "Father T. McCool", a reference to the Raven Software environmental artist Trey McCool.
  • There are four teddy bears scattered around the map; one is on the restaurant balcony, one is on the balcony in the church, another is in a dressing room, and one is on a chair outside the map.
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Collection 4 Final Assault Trailer - Official Call of Duty MW3 Video


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