Modern Warfare 3 Intro: First 15 minutes leak offers last minute preview

We have just given you a collection of Modern Warfare 3 multiplayer videos for you to check out, but now we have something even better for those that do not care too much about watching spoilers – the first 15 minutes of the single-player campaign.

Obviously if you have the game on pre-order or if you are attending a midnight launch later on today, you probably won’t want to spoil your very first boot-up of the game’s single-player campaign. If you fall into this category then simply put – Don’t click play on the video below.

For those of you that want to see the video though, you’ll see the game’s opening cinematic in full, along with some minor commentary from the uploader. The video will serve as a good last minute preview for those that are still undecided on picking up the game, perhaps from a few Battlefield 3 players who are currently enjoying EA’s latest offering and don’t intend to pick up MW3.

We don’t want to spoil the contents of the intro and opening mission as that wouldn’t be fair, but expect plenty of action and more of the same intense gameplay that you saw in MW2’s campaign mode. On a side note, you may see some environment similarities with the first mission in MW3, compared with the amazing, recent live action trailer that Activision released for MW3 over the weekend. If you haven’t seen that yet – it is definitely worth you having a look again here.

Having said all of this, there’s a good chance that you have already completed the campaign, since copies have already gone on sale early, at places like K-Mart for example. We said at the time that multiplayer servers were going to be offiline until launch date, but that doesn’t appear to be the case either as multiplayer videos are popping up by the minute on YouTube.

Have you already played the MW3 campaign, if so – what do you think about it without posting any spoilers?



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