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Now, when it comes to the topic of Modern Warfare 3 being a good Call of Duty game or not, I have very mixed feelings about it. Part of me thinks that it's one of the biggest scams I've ever seen. To be honest, the fact that it's literally just remade Modern Warfare 2 and repackaged is pretty disgusting, and I was one of the idiots that fell for the future of it, especially with Modare 3.
In the past month, it's come out, and I'm genuinely excited for the future of it, especially with ranked play coming out and rebirth coming out in War Zone as well. Like I said. I'm looking forward to this game's future, and I can't lie when I say that I've had a lot of fun with this game since its launch, and especially for some of the recent Call of Duty multiplayers we've had, this is one of the better ones now.
For the rest of this article. I'm going to be talking pretty much exclusively about Modern Warfare 3's multiplayer, because that's where I think not only I dump a lot of my time, but I think most people dump most of their time into the multiplayer. The campaign is just horrible, in my opinion. I don't think it's even worth talking about the zombies.
It's literally war zone zombies. I've played a couple of games with it. I'm not a huge fan, but that's a article for another time. I want to talk about multiplayer. I want to talk about the way it's sort of a scam and it's been a rehash, the way that Sledgehammer has actually made it a good Call of Duty game.
There are a few things I want to talk about, and by the end of the article, I'll answer the question: Is Modern Warfare 3 worth buying or not, especially now that it's gone on sale for £45? I think instead of £60, I want to answer that question at the end of today's article. This isn't going to be an in-depth review; I'm just going to give you guys my thoughts off the top of my head.
With around 4 days of play time now, if you follow Call of Duty in any sort of manner, whether you play the games on a regular basis, buy them annually, or watch YouTube on them all the time. I don't know what whatever way you interact with Call of Duty, even if it's just on Twitter, you probably know what Modern Warfare 3 is.
Modern Warfare 3, if I could sum it up in one sentence, is that they took Modern Warfare 2, updated a lot of the mechanics, the movement, and the feel of the game, and added the original Mare 2 maps remade. That is literally Modern Warfare 3, and not only that, you've also got everything from Modern Warfare 2 transferred over, plus some Modern Warfare 3 new stuff as well, like guns operators calling cards and Mastery camos that kind of stuff, so I'm a firm believer that this is definitely the most rehash Call of Duty game ever made.
Is it a DLC though, because that is something that a lot of people have said that it's a 70. DLC and I don't think it's as simple as that. I really don't think you can just sit here and say it is a DLC, but you can't sit there, defend, and say it isn't; it's not really a DLC; it's a repackaged, updated game that's been resold.
And I'm not saying that to defend it; I think it's completely scummy and one of the worst things that Activision has ever done in this 20-year span of a franchise, and they've done a lot of scummy. Remember the supply drop system from Black Ops 3 that was [__]? Scummy, but I do genuinely think that this tops it off because it's obvious that this was meant to be an add-on for Modern Warfare 2 this game, but instead they repackaged it into Modern Warfare 3, and removed most of the Modern Warfare 2 content from the game.
The only stuff they kept from Modern Warfare 2 was the store bundles, battle passes, and blueprints. The operators, you know, do not know the actual content, like your game modes, your war maps, your ground war maps, and all that stuff. They basically got rid of all the good stuff and kept all the bad stuff.
Now, I will not lie when I say Modern Warfare 3 has a different feeling than Modern Warfare 2 does. Like an updated version of Modern Warfare 2, I'm not going to sit here and say it's a DLC because, especially with the future of the game, I think it's going to have its own identity. It definitely does already have its own identity for mod Warfare 2, but in terms of the feel and the engine of the game, it's pretty much Moder Warfare 2, like if you've played mod Warfare 2, expect an updated version of that.
However, everything that I have said thus far comes from the perspective of a person who played Modern Warfare 2. I played Modern Warfare 2 at the launch of the game. I got Ayan, and I saw it out all the way up until I think around about season 4. If you're somebody who's out there who skipped Modern Warfare 2 and hasn't played it or bought it, this is a top-tier Call of Duty game.
I'm not going to say it's like S tier. B tier, a tier, whatever, but it's a very fun, very good multiplayer, and I say that because I remember hopping into Mare 3 for the first time, which I didn't really feel. The same way about a new Call of Duty launch, like when you hop into a new Call of Duty game, I suppose you notice things and feel things that are different from the previous year, you think.
This works this way, and this movement works this way. You need to sort of learn and adapt to the way the new Call of Duty game has been made. But with this game, the only things that were different were things like tax rint, which has been increased, and slide cancellation. You know, it's not a new Call of Duty game; it's just been remade.
However, if you didn't play Modern Warfare 2 that much or if you didn't play it or buy it at all, this is all going to be brand new to you. Everything that Modern Warfare 2 and Modern Warfare 3 have done is going to be fresh, and in that regard, I think Modern Warfare 3 is worth it. If you have not played Modern Warfare 2, you haven't experienced it, and I don't know.
Maybe you see the free trial you want, you think about hopping in there, or you're thinking about this game and recommend it for multiplayer. I highly recommend it because I think this game has a bright future ahead of it, even where it is at the moment. I think it's in a solid state, and that's not to say Modern Warfare 3 doesn't have its problems.
Off the top of my head, weapon balance hasn't been looked at very much at all since the launch of the game. The maps are pretty much completely rehashed apart from one or two that came out in season one. The armory unlock system has made me think. I'm not a fan of this. Basically, what the armory unlock system is that some things that you would unlock from Level 1 to 55, like a couple guns and a couple perks, are locked behind daily challenges when you reach level 25.