In an exciting development for gaming enthusiasts, Activision has officially unveiled “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3,” confirming it as the anticipated sequel to the popular “Modern Warfare 2.”
PlayStation users are in for a treat as Modern Warfare 3’s public beta will be rolling out first for them. An advertisement from Sony’s Arabic YouTube channel has spotlighted this exclusivity, indicating that PlayStation gamers will have the privilege of diving into the demo a solid five days before any other platform. This intriguing detail was diligently spotted and translated by the renowned Call of Duty specialist, CharlieIntel.
However, there’s a slight catch for those eager to partake in this early gaming experience: only those who have pre-ordered the game will be eligible to participate in the first beta phase.
For players deeply invested in Modern Warfare 2, Activision has brought some good news. The gaming giant confirmed that a significant chunk of content from Modern Warfare 2 can be transferred over to the new instalment. This transferable content encompasses weapons, cosmetic materials, Bundles, Operators, and a range of other rewards. But players should note that due to gameplay differences between the two titles, certain content like specific Skins might not make the transfer. Additionally, the Wartracks music from MW2 will also remain exclusive to that title.
While Activision has remained tight-lipped about the specific details surrounding Modern Warfare 3, the launch date has been set in stone. Gamers can mark their calendars for the 10th of November, with the title releasing across multiple platforms including Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC.