In an unprecedented move, the Call of Duty series brings back-to-back sequels with Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® III. Picking up directly after the events of the previous year’s blockbuster, Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® II, this new chapter is set to release worldwide on November 10th, allowing players to seamlessly carry on their journey, progression, and story into a new era.
Worldwide Reveal: Announcing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III
Here is the official Sledgehammer Games Twitter post:
In the coming months, we’ll share more refinements and new features coming to Modern Warfare III, all aimed at improving the gameplay experience.
In the meantime, dig into today’s blog for the latest intel 👀https://t.co/Z9moKW4ydo
— Sledgehammer Games (@SHGames) August 17, 2023
Continuing the Fight in an Explosive Campaign
Get ready for an all-new Campaign that dives headlong into the aftermath of Modern Warfare II. Developed by Sledgehammer Games in partnership with Infinity Ward, Modern Warfare III promises an action-packed narrative filled with cinematic experiences and free-form Open Combat Missions.
These missions empower players with unprecedented choices in completing objectives, ushering in a new level of player agency.
Open Combat Missions: A Fresh Approach
Introducing a groundbreaking feature to the Call of Duty Campaign, Open Combat Missions (OCMs) complement the familiar cinematic missions while granting players even more freedom in mission execution. Whether employing stealth tactics or unleashing mayhem, OCMs offer diverse methods for completing objectives. Players can choose between silent, night-vision approaches or full-on assaults, incorporating operable vehicles and a range of tactical and lethal equipment.
Multiplayer: Reviving the Classics, Unleashing the New
Modern Warfare III honours the series’ legacy with a world-class multiplayer experience that pays homage to the Modern Warfare series’ best-loved maps. All 16 original launch maps from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009) have been reimagined and updated with new modes and gameplay features. Over 12 new core 6v6 maps will also fuel post-launch live seasons, ensuring an ever-evolving multiplayer landscape.
Zombies: Uniting for Survival
In a groundbreaking move, players can now collaborate in facing off against colossal hordes of undead enemies in the most prominent Call of Duty Zombies map to date. Modern Warfare Zombies (MWZ) presents a fresh storyline crafted by Treyarch, enriched with missions, core Zombies elements, and hidden secrets.
The Core of the Experience: Campaign Details
In this direct sequel, Captain Price and Task Force 141 confront an imminent global threat from the ultranationalist Vladimir Makarov. Task Force 141 must push its limits as his influence spreads to combat this unparalleled menace.
The heart of combat lies in decision-making, with players utilizing various Loadouts and strategic approaches throughout the intense Campaign. Alongside signature Call of Duty missions, Modern Warfare III introduces Open Combat Missions, providing an array of choices in mission completion, from stealth to all-out assault.
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A Glimpse at Multiplayer: Old Favorites, New Features
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Call of Duty, Modern Warfare III boasts an impressive array of classic multiplayer maps. These legendary core maps, graphically enhanced and faithful to their original design, offer a blend of nostalgic gameplay and contemporary features.
Innovations in Multiplayer Mechanics
Modern Warfare III introduces new gameplay mechanics and enhanced customization options. The Tactical Stance feature, allowing dynamic movement between hip-fire and aiming down sights, adds a new layer of strategy. Evolving Loadouts permit fine-tuning of gameplay with cutting-edge military equipment, while After-Market Parts enable unique weapon configurations. These innovations provide a fresh multiplayer experience while maintaining the essence of Modern Warfare’s fast-paced gameplay.
Movement and Mechanics in Multiplayer
Expect enhanced responsiveness in Operator movement. Cancel Slide animations, reload mid-animation, mantle while sprinting, and fire during and immediately after sliding. Tactical Sprint durations are extended, delivering increased mobility.
Carrying Forward Progression
Players’ investments in Modern Warfare II won’t go to waste, as a vast amount of content and weapon progression carries over to Modern Warfare III. This seamless transition includes all Multiplayer weapons, attachments, and unlocks, honouring players’ commitment to the franchise.
Zombies Unveiled: An Open-World Challenge
For the first time, teams can join forces to confront massive undead hordes in the sprawling Call of Duty Zombies map. Modern Warfare® Zombies (MWZ) presents an intricate Dark Aether Zombies storyline set within the Modern Warfare universe, offering challenging missions across various regions. Players will experience PvE survival against formidable foes, marking a new chapter in Zombies gameplay.
Additional Information and Preorders
Stay updated on Modern Warfare III details by visiting the Call of Duty Blog. Preorders are now available through participating retailers, in-game, platform stores, or CallofDuty.com. Preorder rewards include Campaign Early Access, Open Beta Access, and the Vault Edition.
Published by Activision, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III is developed by Sledgehammer Games in partnership with Infinity Ward. The Modern Warfare Zombies experience is crafted by Treyarch, collaborating closely with Sledgehammer Games and Infinity Ward. Activision Central Design, QA, Activision Shanghai, Beenox, Demonware, High Moon Studios, Raven Software, and Toys for Bob provide additional support. Prepare for an immersive journey into a world of evolving warfare. Stay frosty.
Note: Game features described are based on current in-development features and are subject to change in final development.) visit our website for more relevant news from American Tech Journal.