Possible Modern Warfare 3 details leaked

Modern Warfare 3

Activision still hasn’t made any official announcements regarding Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, but that isn’t stopping sources from leaking a whole slew of new information.

The story in Modern Warfare 3 picks up just moments after the previous installment, with the U.S. trying to prevent a surprise Russian attack. There are additional story details, but they involve quite a few spoilers. Those willing to take the risk can have a look here, but you have been warned.

In traditional Modern Warfare fashion, the single-player campaign will have players jumping back and forth between multiple characters, both old and new. The campaign will also include 15 missions across various locales, including Paris and Manhattan.

Multiplayer maps were also revealed. In total there will be 20, which include Brooklyn, Mogadishu, and Paris among others. The modes were also detailed, with Spec Ops making a return and a new "Survival" mode being introduced.

Lastly, sources report that the game is expected to come out on November 8, 2011. With Uncharted 3 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim scheduled to come out in the same month, that could make for an exciting holiday lineup.

Of course none of this has been confirmed by Activision. In addition, Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling took to Twitter to address the leaked details, saying, "A lot of hype & a lot of leaked info on #MW3, some still accurate, some not. To avoid spoiling the experience, I’d wait for the real reveal."

E3 is just a month away, and Modern Warfare 3 is expected to make an appearance there. So gamers will likely have more information on the upcoming shooter when June rolls around.



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