Infinity Ward has revealed that patches will be a major focus when it comes to Modern Warfare 3, this suggests that their developers have finally listened to feedback from Modern Warfare 2.
Infinity Ward’s Creative Strategist, Robert Bowling aka FourZeroTwo, has been busy on Twitter telling us how things will be different this time round. Originally a Twitter user said “I’m looking forward to MW3. Just please; provide exceptional post-launch support this time with constant patches”, Bowling responded by saying “Thanks! That is a major focus of mine and the entire team since the feedback from Modern Warfare 2″.
If you played the multiplayer game modes which Modern Warfare 2 offered you may remember lots of gamers complaining that Infinity Ward were not supporting the game properly, the Javelin glitch and Care Package glitch ruined the game for weeks on end without a title update being released for seemingly ages, now it looks like IW has finally taken this on board.
Since the release of MW2 we have seen lots of rivals emerge, therefore we think that Infinity Ward really do need to listen to the community this time around, if the game is not up to standard and a patch is not released within a reasonable time we could see gamers jump to a different franchise, Battlefield 3 is what many think will be its biggest rival upon release.
Do you think that Infinity Ward will keep this promise?
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