Surprisingly, a day before the reveal of Activision’s next big game, we already have a multiplayer trailer. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare IIIWe are waiting to find out all the details of the game in Call of Duty Next, which will be celebrated next October 5which coincided with the launch of the beta version.
A trailer reminiscent of the original Modern Warfare 2 campaign, featuring the iconic song. ‘Till I collapse Eminem, gives us a preview of the maps that will be contained in the game, which are none other than all the original and updated maps of Modern Warfare 2. Yes, it is a little confusing that the game has a last name of three with a content of two. but that’s what Activision decided.
In total it will include updated version of each of the 16 maps Modern Warfare 2 (2009)and some of the most popular franchises ever, such as Terminal, Favela, Highrise, Estate and Afghan. However, they won’t be the only ones as new maps will be added every season, we don’t know if they are also remastered or completely new. At startup we will have the following list of cards:
- Get off the rails
- Run over
- Underground crossing
Moreover, as Activision itself confirmed, Modern Warfare III It will also launch with new Ground War maps and will include the war mode we’ve seen for the first (and only time) in Call of Duty: The Second World War 2017. Oh and zombies.
Modern Warfare III multiplayer trailer
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III will be released on November 10, 2024, but will begin open beta testing on PlayStation this weekend and will later be available on other platforms such as Xbox and PC.
Plus, just like last year, you’ll get early access to your campaign on November 2nd for everyone who pre-ordered the game. We’ll find out the rest of the news on October 5th.where all the news related to Warzone and the rest of the game modes will be presented in Call of Duty Next.
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