MW3 weapons upgrade and levelling system
There’s no denying how huge Modern Warfare 3 is going to be, and apart from the maps it will be the MW3 weapons upgrade and levelling system that will be of most importance. The guys over at Infinity Ward knows this, which is why they have put together this new multiplayer trailer, which we have for you below.
It’s no secret that the biggest part of the game is the weapons that you use, as without them you are in a bit of trouble. There is a fear that MW3 will be a bit of a bring game; because the franchise is starting to look a little tired. However, the trailer shows that it’s anything but boring.
People who have played Battlefield 3 believe that the gameplay and graphics are much better than Modern Warfare 3, but from what we have played so far we just don’t see it. Yes’ it is good, but the graphics still need a little bit of work.
Now we know that trailers like this one always take the best bits from a game, but we have to say it looks more polished than BF3.
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Dismissal of senior employees On March 1, 2010, Activision amended its report with the Securities and Exchange Commission to add notification that two senior employees of Infinity Ward were being fired due to "breaches of contract and insubordination". This coincided with Jason West (Infinity Ward president, game director, co-CCO, and CTO) and Vince Zampella (CEO and co-founder of Infinity Ward) editing their profiles on the website LinkedIn to list Infinity Ward as a former employer as of March 2010. Reportedly, a meeting between Zampella, West, and Activision staff occurred on March 1, after which neither Zampella nor West were seen; this was followed by the arrival of security guards at the studio. It was later confirmed by Activision that West and Zampella had been dismissed, and had been replaced on an interim basis by Activision CTO Steve Pearce and head of production Steve Ackrich. Activision CEO Bobby Kotick addressed Infinity Ward studio heads on March 2, 2010 about Zampella and West's dismissal. A second meeting was held with all of Infinity Ward's employees on hand. The outcomes of those meetings are currently unknown, but Activision has explained that Infinity Ward is still "central" to the future of the Call of Duty franchise. Activision has created a new studio, Sledgehammer Games, to create an "action-adventure" installment of the Call of Duty franchise. However, Activision halted the production of the action-adventure game which was reportedly 2-3 months into production and requested Sledgehammer Games to work side-by-side with Infinity Ward to make Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 instead. Further departures Following West and Zampella's firings, nearly half of the remaining Infinity Ward employees resigned. Throughout April and May 2010, 46 employees, among them lead designers and programmers who worked on Modern Warfare 2, abruptly left Infinity Ward. All have so far declined to comment on their reasons for leaving.