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'''''Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3''''' is a 2011 first-person shooter video game, jointly developed by Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision. The game was released worldwide in November 2011 for Microsoft Windows, the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii. It is the third and final installment in the original Modern Warfare saga, a direct sequel to 2009's [[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2]], and the eighth Call of Duty installment overall. A separate version for the Nintendo DS was developed by n-Space, while Treyarch developed the game's Wii port. In Japan, Square Enix published the game with a separate subtitled and dubbed version.
'''''Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3''''' is a 2011 first-person shooter video game, jointly developed by [[:Category:Infinity Ward (Developer)|Infinity Ward]] and [[:Category:Sledgehammer Games (Developer)|Sledgehammer Games]] and published by [[:Category:Activision (Publisher)|Activision]]. The game was released worldwide in November 2011 for Microsoft Windows, the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii. It is the third and final installment in the original Modern Warfare saga, a direct sequel to 2009's [[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2]], and the eighth [[:Category:Call of Duty (Series)|Call of Duty installment overall]]. A separate version for the Nintendo DS was developed by n-Space, while [[:Category:Treyarch (Developer)|Treyarch]] developed the game's Wii port. In Japan, [[:Category:Square Enix (Publisher)|Square Enix]] published the game with a separate subtitled and dubbed version.


The game's campaign follows Modern Warfare 2 and begins right after the events of its final mission. Similar to Modern Warfare 2, it is centered around the Task Force 141, which contains Captain Price, Soap MacTavish, and Yuri, one of the playable characters. Alongside the Delta Force and Special Air Service, they hunt Vladimir Makarov (the main antagonist of the trilogy), a Russian terrorist who leads the Russian Ultranationalist party. He leads several terror attacks across Europe, triggering a large-scale war between the Ultranationalists and friendly forces. For the game's multiplayer mode, new mode types and killstreak choices were brought in. Improvements were also made to the mode that solved issues that appeared in Modern Warfare 2.
The game's campaign follows Modern Warfare 2 and begins right after the events of its final mission. Similar to Modern Warfare 2, it is centered around the Task Force 141, which contains Captain Price, Soap MacTavish, and Yuri, one of the playable characters. Alongside the Delta Force and Special Air Service, they hunt Vladimir Makarov (the main antagonist of the trilogy), a Russian terrorist who leads the Russian Ultranationalist party. He leads several terror attacks across Europe, triggering a large-scale war between the Ultranationalists and friendly forces. For the game's multiplayer mode, new mode types and killstreak choices were brought in. Improvements were also made to the mode that solved issues that appeared in Modern Warfare 2.
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==Special Notes==
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Latest revision as of 19:26, 3 May 2022

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
CODMW3.jpg
Developer(s) Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games
Publisher(s) JP Square Enix
NA/EU Activision
Series Call of Duty
Release date(s) November 8, 2011
Release type Multi-platform
Genre(s) Action, First-person shooter
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
GameID(s) BLES01428 (IRD), BLES01432 (IRD), BLES01433 (IRD), BLUS30838 (IRD), NPUB30787, BLES01429 (IRD), BLES01430 (IRD), BLES01431 (IRD)
Demo
NPUB90636
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is a 2011 first-person shooter video game, jointly developed by Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision. The game was released worldwide in November 2011 for Microsoft Windows, the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii. It is the third and final installment in the original Modern Warfare saga, a direct sequel to 2009's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and the eighth Call of Duty installment overall. A separate version for the Nintendo DS was developed by n-Space, while Treyarch developed the game's Wii port. In Japan, Square Enix published the game with a separate subtitled and dubbed version.

The game's campaign follows Modern Warfare 2 and begins right after the events of its final mission. Similar to Modern Warfare 2, it is centered around the Task Force 141, which contains Captain Price, Soap MacTavish, and Yuri, one of the playable characters. Alongside the Delta Force and Special Air Service, they hunt Vladimir Makarov (the main antagonist of the trilogy), a Russian terrorist who leads the Russian Ultranationalist party. He leads several terror attacks across Europe, triggering a large-scale war between the Ultranationalists and friendly forces. For the game's multiplayer mode, new mode types and killstreak choices were brought in. Improvements were also made to the mode that solved issues that appeared in Modern Warfare 2.

Configuration

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Known Issues

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Special Notes

Netplay testing

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Game Version Connects? Create/Join lobbies? Match with others? Online features working? Notes
1.24 Yes No No No Only Spec Ops "connects" to PSN