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Concluding the storyline in the Modern Warfare sub-series of the Call of Duty franchise is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Developed once again by Infinity Ward (with additional support from Sledgehammer Games) and released by Activision in 2011 for multiple platforms. And like its predecessor, the game was released to massive financial success within the first day of its release, raking in more than $400 million on its launch date. This goes to show that games in the Call of Duty franchise needs little introduction to players around the world: it is a steady and towering force in the first-person shooter genre. Although, unlike its direct predecessor storyline-wise (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2), this installment in the series does not get much praise in regards to its single-player campaign mode. But who cares about single-player mode anyway, multiplayer is the main reason players get a gamekey for this game!

Like all Call of Duty games, the multiplayer mode is where most of the focus in development lies. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 brings back the killing streak awards system from its predecessor and further enhances the feature that made Modern Warfare 2’s multiplayer mode critically-acclaimed. Accessing the awesome rewards for successive kills has been made more difficult, but there are also new ways to get rewarded other than blasting enemies to oblivion. Re-branded as “Pointstreaks”, this change from the previous game allows players to collect points based on the different actions they perform in the match, like capturing a flag. These points can be redeemed for game-changing strike packages during the match, potentially flipping the advantage to the player’s team. New multiplayer game modes have also been added to further make the multiplayer as addicting as it can be. Compare prices here at Game-Key-Fox and choose the best Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 deal that suits your budget!

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