Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 updates are here, bringing a wealth of exciting new features and gameplay enhancements including a brand-new Warzone 2 map named Urzikstan, in an eagerly awaited announcement. With its distinctive characteristics, this urban battleground promises to improve the Warzone experience.
As a “urban battleground,” Urzikstan will be playable in the game’s Battle Royale and Plunder modes right away. Fans of the series may recall Urzikstan as a nation that appeared in the 2019 game Modern Warfare and played a crucial part in the campaign. It is now assuming the spotlight with its own map.
Players may expect intense combat scenarios on the Urzikstan map, which has a lively and crowded cityscape with apartments and industrial regions. The unique transportation possibilities it gives to the battlefield are what distinguishes it. With the added twist that opposing teams can stop it, MW3 features the franchise’s first-ever train, allowing players to not only ride it but also control its direction and speed.
Horizontal zip lines are spread across the map, adding to the thrill and giving players quick movement choices for getting about the metropolis. The Urzikstan Gulag, an intriguing location with three lanes for violent combat confrontations, is another aspect of Urzikstan.
Players will come across the vibrant Zaravan City, the lavish Shahin Manor, and the mysterious Old Town among the numerous tourist attractions in Urzikstan. Each one offers distinct options for gaming and tactical advantages, making Urzikstan a map to be wary of.
But the thrills don’t end there. A number of new and updated gameplay elements were also shown by Activision. These include slide canceling, the restoration of the traditional red dots on the minimap, and Aim Down Sights (ADS) while sliding. Fans can also anticipate the return of the Ashika Island and Vondel maps for the Resurgence mode.
Fans of MW3 can anticipate a wide selection of vintage maps and cutting-edge modes as the game gets ready to launch on November 10. This weekend, an open beta for the game will begin, giving players on all platforms a taste of the action. Leaked gameplay footage has already appeared online for fans anxious to get a head start, though Activision has been attempting to take it down.
With these exciting additions, MW3 is ready to offer both new and returning gamers an engaging and action-packed experience, guaranteeing an exhilarating voyage through Urzikstan’s urban battleground and beyond.