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More Modern Warfare 3 Multiplayer Details Emerge

by Conner Flynn

Modern Warfare 3’s multiplayer mode was shown for the first time at the Call of Duty XP event in LA earlier this weekend and so more details have emerged. So what can we expect from it? Well, prepare to be excited. This game is looking good.

First off, you now have to choose your class of soldier. You can choose Assault, Support or Specialist. The choice that you make will effect how you play, so choose wisely. If you like rushing in and raising hell, choose the Assault class. Support is more team-focused, while Specialist is for expert players or veterans. Your kill-streaks have now been replaced with point-streaks, and any bonuses will depend on your class. For example, Assault gets perks like a remotely controlled laser missile called the Reaper, while the Support class has perks that are good for the whole team like a Ballistic vest after 5 kills. I like the possibilities here.

Two new games modes include: Kill Confirmed and Team Defender. In Kill Confirmed, you kill the other team members and collect their dog tags to confirm the kill. You’ve seen that one in countless war movies. At least it isn’t collecting ears. Team Defender is just a version of capture the flag.

So this game is already sounding very promising. Hopefully we will have more details very soon.

[via computerandvideogames]

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Comments (5):

  1. MrSprog says:

    Ripped off from Battlefield’s four class system…

  2. riconious says:

    You don’t actually chose a “class” for your character. Whoever wrote this article needs to get there facts straight. Those Assault, Support, and Specialist categories are for your “killstreaks” (pointstreaks as they’re called now in MW3). Each category has different pointstreaks. Class setup and structure isn’t much different from MW2, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

    @MrSprog Stop being a Battlefield fanboy. I personally enjoy both games, but they each appeal to different demographics.

    Battlefield is a much more realistic, pc driven game series. Even the creators said they make it specifically for PC and then scale it back for consoles, and that they want PC’s to be the next step up in gaming, not consoles.

    Modern Warfare is a little bit less realistic (with the exception of hardcore gameplay modes) when compared to the Battlefield series, and is seemingly made more for consoles.

    Both games bring a lot to the table for fans of FPS’s. So again, stop being such a fanboy, and either grow up and grow a pair, or GTFO.

  3. Otto864 says:

    MrSprong, it is not ripped off by BF class system. The writer is wrong when they say that there are specific “classes” Like riconious said, it is just a killstreak type. This gives people different ways to play, just by giving them more option to choose more appropriate killstreaks based on the way that they play.

    I have hope for them both and I excited for them both!!

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