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COD: Modern Warfare 3 Release

Updated on April 2, 2011

Next in The COD Series

All the rumors are true, the next in the COD series will be released this November of 2011. There really isn't much to tell about the game at this point with only one official trailer released. What we do see is that the game will take place in the middle east and you will play as an American solider. Honestly the game seems more realistic then just running around and shooting your enemies.

Game Play

 The game play will be as if you are an American solider on base most of the time. Which personally seems boring to me, but the game will show you how an American solider lives on base. It will still be a first person shooter, but with less shooting and more daily tasks that American troops do, like cleaning out a Humvee, transporting cargo from town to town, patrolling, and socializing. Basically the game is taking you into a life of an American solider, not knowing if your going to die tomorrow, or loss your fellow comrade. The game will be more realastic, so if you get hit you go down, and you wont know where it came from.

Premiere of Modern Warfare 3

Weapons and Perks?

 It should be the same as in the past Modern Warfare series. The perks will be the same but with different names to them, but other than that everything should be the same with some slight modifications.


 The online for the game might either be more like modern warfare 2 or Black Ops. In Black Ops you have a cash system that when you have enough you can purchase your gun upgrades and your perks. In Modern Warfare 2 all you have to worry about is ranking up and unlockingyour next perk, weapon, and gun attachment.

Honestly is it Worth my 60 Bucks?

 To be honest the game seems boring and slow, would i pay 60 bucks? No, it's only because i like to run around and shot my enemies and not stand around waiting for something to happen. The game seems more like a discovery channel type game that takes you into the life of a real American solider, into his socialand daily life at base. I'm not saying that becoming an American solider seems boring (looks brutal and tuff being away from your family for over a year) it's just the game looks like it lags excitment that a good first person shooter should have.

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      7 years ago

      Did you also know that word Gullible has been removed from the english Dictionary...

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      7 years ago from USA

      Cool hub, thanks!


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