Name of Obligation: Fashionable Warfare III: Multiplayer first impressions

Name of Obligation: Fashionable Warfare III: Multiplayer first impressions


aving had a weekend to get caught into Name of Obligation: Fashionable Warfare III’s multiplayer beta, there’s extra happening right here than you may anticipate. In response to leaks and hearsay, this yr’s Name of Obligation started life as an enlargement to final yr’s Fashionable Warfare II, with a brand new single-player marketing campaign and multiplayer maps remastered from 2009’s authentic Fashionable Warfare 2. This isn’t one thing the multiplayer beta refutes. Of the 5 maps out there, 4 are Fashionable Warfare 2 classics, rebuilt lovingly with up to date visuals for the brand new recreation.

However right here’s the twist: the place most of us anticipated Fashionable Warfare III to stay with the identical core gameplay as Fashionable Warfare II, the crew at Sledgehammer Video games has determined to combine issues up once more. Possibly it’s fan strain — a whole lot of gamers didn’t just like the slower, extra tactical fashion of final yr’s CoD — however motion is considerably quicker, with extra alternatives to chain collectively acrobatic jumps, slides, and vaults over ledges and thru open home windows. In a method, it’s a lot nearer to what a whole lot of followers take into account the ‘basic’ Name of Obligation really feel.

One other participant bites the proverbial within the legendary Mud map

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