Get ready to enter the heart-pounding world of Modern Warfare once again as Activision officially reveals the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 release date and captivating logo.
Activision has officially confirmed the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 release date and logo, the highly anticipated Call of Duty title, putting an end to months of leaks and speculation that had the gaming community eagerly awaiting real news.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 release date and logo officially revealed
The leaks first surfaced back in May 2023, revealing possible release windows for the full title, the Warzone integration, and the reveal event. Since then, Activision has kept a tight lid on information, providing no official reveals, but dropping hints here and there. They teased the potential return of slide canceling and indirectly confirmed some rumors via social media.
Finally, on August 7, Activision made it official by announcing that Modern Warfare 3 would be the next COD title, alongside revealing the logo and release date.
The game is set to launch on Friday, November 10, following the tradition of early-November releases that Call of Duty players have grown accustomed to over the years.
The logo merges the styles of Modern Warfare (2019) and Modern Warfare 2 (2022), using block Roman numerals to indicate ‘3’, this time in red instead of the blue used in MWII.
Also, according to leaks, the Modern Warfare 3 reveal event is scheduled to take place in-game on Warzone on Thursday, August 17, which means fans won’t have to wait too long to learn more about the new title and what it has in store for COD enthusiasts in 2023.
What’s in store for Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 fans?
As for the game’s content, much remains unknown. However, there has been confirmation that it will include a carryover from Modern Warfare 2, with weapons and other character aspects making a return.
Rumors also suggest that classic maps, such as Terminal, might make a return, along with the possible resurgence of the classic mini-map, the Ninja Perk, and the slide-canceling feature in Modern Warfare 3.
Slide canceling, a technique unintentionally discovered in the 2019 Modern Warfare remake, became a popular move among skilled Call of Duty players. It allowed for faster and more erratic movement, making players harder to hit. Recent teasers seem to indicate that slide canceling will indeed be present in CoD Modern Warfare 3, further exciting the gaming community.
Originally, Modern Warfare 3 was intended to be a premium expansion to Modern Warfare 2. But during development, Activision decided to turn it into a full game with its own separate release. This marked a change from past Call of Duty releases, which usually introduced new themes with each installment.
As the release date approaches, the anticipation for the new Call of Duty game is rising, and we can expect a flood of content, leaks, and official announcements in the coming weeks.
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