Insiders say that Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3’s maps will be different from classic MW2 ones
Another year means another Call of Duty is in our presence.
Call of Duty has been released almost every year since 2003. That’s an awful lot of Call of Duty, and that doesn’t include the spin-offs. Between 2003 and 2005, Call of Duty 3 and Call of Duty 2, respectively, were released.
This year, we will be treated to Call of Duty Modern Warfare III. It is a remake of the 2011 title and concludes the rebooted series that started in 2019. Modern Warfare III brings a high-octane campaign for single players, as well as a solid multiplayer mode. Open-World Zombies is also included.
Before its official unveiling, speculation was rife that Modern Warfare III started out as an extension of Modern Warfare II (2022) before becoming its own stand-alone game. This might be a turn-off for some but we can’t tell until we play the game.
If Modern Warfare III was originally an expansion it would have been a positive because that’s why progression from Multiplayer MWII as well as DLC is carried over to Modern Warfare III. This marks a series first. It’s hoped that stats and DLC will be carried over in the future. A rumor was also circulating that Modern Warfare III would have maps remastered from Modern Warfare 2 2009. This rumor has since been confirmed as true.
A Call of Duty Insider, the Twitter fan site ModernWarzone claims there are some differences in the remastered map. Some buildings, in particular, will feature doors. It is likely that they are referring to new doors which will enable us to access buildings previously out of reach.
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