MW3 players rejoice: the era of solved games is coming to an end

MW3 players rejoice: the era of solved games is coming to an end

MW3 community members praised Sledgehammer Games for announcing that they would be testing unsolved games.

Sledgehammer Games has been transparent with community members regarding the studio’s plan for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. During the game’s first weeks, developers rolled out updates to address enemy visibility, spawn inconsistency, and tactical deadlines.

Additionally, the developers joined a live CoD Repullze creator to answer tough questions, like revealing the game’s prestige system. To ensure community members hear too, MW3 is offering a demo playlist to test out features before launching them into multiplayer.

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Recently, Sledgehammer Games held a Q&A session on Reddit and answered other burning questions. The team hasn’t covered every issue presented but has finally responded to long-awaited calls to remove the loose parts.

MW3 developers address concerns about dissolved parties

After a multiplayer match in MW3, the game ends and players load into a new match with a different group of players. Previously, classic CoD games kept parties together, which added an additional element of community building as players met new friends and rivals.

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Call of Duty fans have been begging for the feature to be removed since Vanguard came out, and their complaints have so far fallen on deaf ears.

On November 20, Sledgehammer Games announced: “In a future game update, we will test unresolved games with a group of players to determine how this change performs. If these tests go well, we will explore the possibility of rolling it out to all players.

CharlieIntel confirmed the news, and community members celebrated in the comments.

“SHG said they will be testing non-decomposing limbs in MW3 in the next update”

One player replied: “Well, it’s clear we’re moving in the right direction now. I hope it happens sooner rather than later.”

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A second user added: “Thank you from the entire community.”

To illustrate this point, a third player recalled the glory days and said: “Teams face each other, game after game. I’m here for this.”

Sledgehammer Games hasn’t given players a hint about when they should expect the update. But this is sure to be music to the ears of MW3 fans who have been waiting for this announcement for a long time.

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