Modern Warfare 3 essentials, third time’s the charm

We already know some of the main Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 essentials, and the early signs certainly look good for fans of the franchise. The previous two have been great, but there were still a few things that could have been improved on. However, we now hope that with MW3 third time’s the charm.

Four teaser trailers were shown on the Internet and we are all set for what looks to be some awesome battles. Not much was given away, as we could not tell who were attacking the US, UK, France and Germany. Thankfully we now have a release date and a possible price, but what we need is some more details of the game itself.

The upcoming game to the franchise needs to be able to hold its death grip on the video game market. The game already has a few hurdles to jump, the first is to do with the whole Activision and Infinity Ward issue — we just hope that this does not cause an issue with the game. GamingBolt believes that Sledgehammer Games will have to be on top of their game, as they do lack experience.

Both the single-player campaign and multiplayer will have a host of new locations, and the leaked maps would suggest just that. We cannot say for certain which ones will come with the game and which ones we will have to wait for a DLC.

So we already know that Modern Warfare 3 will be a game with multi developers onboard, but this could help to bring something unique — something that the aging franchise needs. When Black Ops was released last year people were unhappy with the graphics, saying that they were no match for both Modern Warfare games; well MW3 is to go a step further with graphics polished more than ever before.

This will be the end of the Modern warfare franchise, so the developers needs to give it the send of it deserves, as do gamers. Will MW3 be the best from the franchise yet?

Written by Peter Chubb

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