Call of Duty’s most recent iteration was launched on November 10; this week, gamers may familiarize themselves with a portion of the production. Activision hopes that interested parties may consider purchasing the whole edition of the shooter.
The production, which was fairly hurriedly put together, lacks a deep narrative and a particularly captivating zombie mode, but players may still enjoy a number of well-known maps that were taken from earlier iterations of the game.
While it can’t be said that the passage above persuades you to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, the fact remains that Activision altered their initial intentions, with the shooter originally intended to be an add-on. The developers had just a year and a half, instead of three years, to finish the project.
Just a month after the premiere, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will be available for free this week – from December 14 to 18, players will be able to check out 6 maps, 4 modes and a competition with zombies. The developers only refrained from making the campaign available for one simple reason – the campaign participants could learn the story during a short session.
Just in time for the holidays, get a taste of #MW3 during the free access period from December 14 to 18 https://a.atvi.com/MW3FreeAccessBlog.
– MP Maps including Highrise, Rust and Shipment
– Modes including War, Ground War and base offering
– Modern Warfare Zombies
🔥 MP Maps including Highrise, Rust, and Shipment
💥 Modes including War, Ground War, and Core offerings
🧟♂️ Modern Warfare Zombies pic.twitter.com/t6ibnIRNZG
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) December 12, 2023
Even though it doesn’t have a lot of content, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is still quite popular. The makers previously claimed to have the first community data, but we still don’t know how well the game sold.
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