A new sunny day at Miami Beach! Check out the stores as you drop enemies, beware of the tight alleys and many tight corners in this close combat battle for sunshine. – Miami Strike
The views have changed from the night version of the map, the skies are clear and the sun is shining. Just to the outskirts is a small boat dock with the beach on the opposite side. Many buildings surround the area along with hundreds of palm trees.
Only one ammo crate can be found in the center of Miami Strike, be sure to get in and out quickly if you are replenishing ammo as you will not have any cover. The crate is in the center of the map’s main roadway.
A nice day on the beach is a perfect time for a show and shine, the street is packed with custom cars and motorcycles. The detail that went into some of these cars shows the extent that Call of Duty is willing to go when detailing maps.
The Miami Daily newspaper shows Fidel Castro Surviving a Shooting on the front page and the CIA Denies Assassination Attempt. A small picture of Castro is also seen on the front page. Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz was a Cuban revolutionary and politician who served as Prime Minister of Cuba from 1959 to 1976 and President from 1976 to 2008.
Many images around Miami Strike have a resemblance to the Black Ops 4 map Militia, One image of the red bridge and others of the log cabin. The images do not seem to be exact but very similar.
Seen in many maps over the years and we see them again on Miami Stike, Phat City Homebrew and Metro Brewery Beer make another appearance. “The simple taste of Metro brew is not unlike a subtle shrew. In the mourn or in the night, this beautiful taste makes angels cry. As you unbind the cap a chorus sings to the glory the pigeon king.”