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"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."
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Piazza is a multiplayer map for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 set in Italy.

The map has been released along with Liberation in the first Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Content Pack, which was released on January 24th 2012 for Call of Duty ELITE subscribers on Xbox 360, and was released on February 28th, 2012 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 8th, 2012.

Survival Mode

In 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.



  • 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 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2-style 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.