The North Korean administration, eh? What are they like?
Take this latest propaganda film, for instance. Watch as the unconscious mind of a young man who has never seen 2001: A Space Odyssey travels into space via animated space shuttle to get the best view of the homeland through a technicolour telescope. But what’s this we spy? America! A war-torn New York, cribbed from Modern Warfare 3.
This new, user-created game mode is a spin on Modern Warfare 3’s Sabotage. More and more private servers are now hosting it and though it’s not (yet) been included in the Community Playlist, Infinity Ward have been testing it out. While we wait to see if it’ll be officially supported, here’s how Money in the Denk works, as well as the official guide to how you can set up your own server.
The Golden Joysticks are back, and if we play this right one of our N games can occupy the top slot in every category on the night - a win for justice and good taste, and a boost to the server counts of our very favourite games.
We’ve known about Final Assault’s five new maps for some time, but until now to imagine them we’ve had to rely on brief developer descriptions, artists’ impressions, or completely fabricated personal headscapes based on their five titles - ‘Gulch’, ‘Boardwalk’, ‘Parish’, ‘Off Shore’ and ‘Decommission’. I don’t know about you, but in my head Gulch looks absolutely disgusting. Thankfully, there are five screenshots and a trailer below the jump.
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Modern Warfare 3 has had a packed run of DLC since its release, due to be rounded off by The Chaos Pack and Final Assault in the next month or so. But expect to see Activision take a different tack for Black Ops 2 - sales for Call of Duty DLC are slowing down, and the publisher thinks changing fan behaviour is to blame.
I don’t want to upset anybody, but it’s all over. Black Ops 2 is incoming at a speed befitting its spinning-plate future-helicopters, and I’ve just been given the last of the information there’s ever going to be about Modern Warfare 3. Turn your monitors to sepia; it’s time to start writing the history books on MW3, which will end with an epilogue covering its two final DLC releases - the Chaos Pack and Final Assault.
Terminal, the infamously riot-shield friendly Modern Warfare 2 map, is looking like it’s going to be added to Modern Warfare 3 in a free update, if Mark Rubin, Executive Producer at Infinity Ward, is to be trusted. But seeming as he’s the Executive Producer at Infinity Ward, I think he probably is.
In a rare bout of experience-based generosity, both Treyarch (World at War, Black Ops, Black Ops 2) and Infinity Ward (Modern Warfares 1, 2 & 3) are offering double Xp in their latest games this weekend.
Gameplay footage of the Modern Warfare 2 map ‘Terminal’ has been leaked. However, you may notice that this is, in fact, not gameplay from Modern Warfare 2. Instead, users have found a way to tweak the Modern Warfare 3 game files from the latest patch in order to make the map playable within...
Blog 4 Modern Warfare 3 takes a close look at the MP5 sub machine gun in COD MW3. Details on the Proficiencies and attachments for MKP5. The MP5 is the first SMG weapon you get details on the best and worst it offers.
This article covers the pro's and con's of the LMG weapons featured part of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3. IT provides info on each and every LMG in COD MW3 and details on perk/killstreak/attachment setups. This info can help you do better, all LMG have been come stronger from last patch.
This article features a total review and full details on the M60E4 light machine gun featured in COD MW3. After the last update the gun kills in 3 shots and is a really great weapon close range. We show gameplay video along with doing a full review on the weapon and how it works.
There is some changes coming to the online gameplay of the most played video game out right now Modern Warfare 3. There is some changes coming that will effect some weapons that are too weak to make them a little more powerful.
Call of Duty, the massively popular FPS, turns out to be massively popular, with Activision announcing that it has over 40 million active players, logging in every month to play a round or two at least, and over 10 million people registered with CoD Elite, the game’s premium service. A further 2 million of them are annual premium members, which I’m sure makes Bobby Kotick feel justified ordering those giant M&M machines for his office.
Even though they were set up as rivals, both by marketing and the press, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3 couldn’t have been more different while still occupying the same genre. Where Battlefield was wide open spaces that lent itself to moments of drama and action amid a sea of tension, Modern Warfare 3 was always about the moment to moment, frantic gunfights of close quarters. Collection 2, the second major DLC for MW3, understands this at its core, and presents you with a way to get up close and personal with the minimum of fuss.
Console players have been drip fed Modern Warfare 3 Collection 1’s four maps and two co-op levels for the past few months, but it’s only just been deployed on the PC. Is it too little, too late, or a vast improvement to the shooty franchise?