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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Information From Robert Bowling


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Robbie Bowling (fourzerotwo), who is the community manager at Infinity Ward, decided to answer some questions that community asked him. Here is a summary of the information that Bowling was kind enough to share with us:

  • The game runs at a minimum of 60 FPS.
  • The game will be supported after release. The team hopes to increase security against cheaters.
  • The singleplayer campaign doesn't include co-op because the "cinematic experience" is lost when a second player joins in.
  • Spec Ops will use maps from both singleplayer and multiplayer.
  • Spec Ops will have its own progressive ranking system, which allows you to unlock new weapons and killstreaks.
  • MW3 will have dual optics, which means the weapon has two scopes, one for close-range and another for long-range combat. You can flip these on the fly.
  • There is a chance that you can cycle killstreaks as you please, but this isn't 100% confirmed.
  • Grenade launchers, aka n00b tubes, won't be removed, but they have been balanced.

The dual scope attachment sounds like a great addition to the game, but it wasn't confirmed or denied for multiplayer matches. Stay tuned for information as E3 2011 gets closer and closer!


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