The Call of Duty franchise has captivated players with its immersive gameplay and dynamic maps. However, the series witnessed a slump as the setting and gameplay veered towards a futuristic arena, leaving many yearning for the classic Call of Duty experience. The maps and gameplay mechanics in recent titles weren’t received well by a segment of the player base, marking a period of discontent.
Enter Modern Warfare III (MWIII), a title aiming to rekindle the vintage Call of Duty spirit while addressing past criticisms. It’s set to offer a blend of nostalgic and contemporary gameplay elements. Modern Warfare III (MWIII) is a direct sequel to its predecessor, carrying forward the saga of Captain Price and Task Force 141 against the nefarious Vladimir Makarov. The game brings back all 16 iconic maps from the original Modern Warfare 2, each meticulously remade to suit the modern series’ pace of gameplay, promising a balanced mix of old and new. The visual enhancements are notably showcased in a graphics comparison video of the Favela Map between Modern Warfare III (2023) and Modern Warfare 2 (2009), displaying a modern rendition of the classic map.
Modern Warfare III (MWIII) Beta in Australia on PC and Xbox
The anticipation surrounding Modern Warfare III’s MWIII) beta release has been palpable, especially among the PC and Xbox gaming communities in Australia. The beta goes live for those who preordered the game on October 12, 2023, at 10 AM PT, translating to October 13, 2023, at 3:00 AM AEST in Australia. This early access phase provides a golden opportunity for players to acquaint themselves with the revamped gunplay, movement mechanics, and explore the newly introduced features before the general player base.
The beta will be accessible to everyone, regardless of pre-order status, from October 14 at 10 AM PT to October 16 at 10 AM PT, which corresponds to October 15 at 3:00 AM AEST to October 17 at 3:00 AM AEST in Australia. This open beta phase will not only serve as a teaser for what’s to come but also as a crucial period for the developers to gather valuable player feedback to polish the game further before its official release.
What Will the Beta Include
The beta is packed with a plethora of features to keep players engaged. Though the detailed list of all maps, weapons, level caps, and game modes hasn’t been fully disclosed, various sources provide snippets of what to expect. The beta’s level cap will vary across different sessions, allowing players to progress and unlock new gear. Players can anticipate a rich arsenal of weapons, including 16 new ones unveiled for the beta, and a variety of game modes to test their skills in.
Moreover, the beta will include a selection of maps from the full game, allowing players to experience the remodeled iconic maps from Modern Warfare 2, alongside exploring the game’s enhanced graphical fidelity and gameplay mechanics. Modern Warfare III (MWIII) Beta is not just a sneak peek into the game; it’s a refined slice of the battlefield, promising an enthralling experience that aims to satiate the Call of Duty community’s high expectations.