Modern Warfare 3 not only brings back maps from MW 2009 but also reintroduces the War mode from WWII. Here’s everything you need to know about how the War mode works in Modern Warfare 3.
From the brand-new Gear Perk system to a Cutthroat mode and more, Modern Warfare 3 brings a lot of exciting content to Call of Duty multiplayer.
Speaking of modes, the new Modern Warfare title also features the popular War mode from WWII which was unique to it, and it saw teams getting a chance to defend and attack in a bid to destroy or save objectives.
The mode sees players acting out war scenarios such as pushing a tank through a street to an objective or planting explosives. Here’s everything you need to know about War in MW3.
What is War mode in Modern Warfare 3?
War is a game mode taken from Call of Duty: WWII that’s now in MW3, and it sees two teams going head to head, each with an opportunity to both attack and defend a variety of objectives. As in WWII, there are multiple objectives to get through or prevent in a match of War.
Objectives are inspired by war-like situations, and winning is completely reliant on either making sure your team completes or defends the objective. In the teaser, you can see players pushing a tank through a street, while one is in the gunner seat taking the defending team out.
Here is the developer’s official description of the mode:
“War mode is back! In this classic mode that was originally featured in Call of Duty: WWII (2017), players enter a vast, purpose-built landscape, with the focus on competing in linear engagements and progressing the battle through a series of objectives. Secure capture points, escort an armed tank, and launch an ICBM — this is War.”
As you can see from the description, the mode will feature unique maps that are “purpose built,” so players can expect a unique experience with this mode.
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