That Call of Duty fans are not happy with Modern Warfare III is obvious. But should you as a fan decide to bash the game online, make sure you do it to the right one.
As of this week, Modern Warfare III’s campaign, which incidentally takes up a particularly large amount of space on your console, is officially playable. Reason enough for true fans to bash the game into the ground. But they are unfortunately aiming at the wrong Call of Duty.
Call of Duty fans stomp the wrong Modern Warfare III into the ground
We can all agree that Modern Warfare III is a bad name for a brand new Call of Duty game. If only because of the gigantic success of the game of the same name (only written with the number three) that was released in 2011.
That the storyline of that new game is fairly repetitive, predictable and anything but exciting according to fans doesn’t help logically. Especially not when your community is known for its fanaticism and the urge to share their opinions with the Internet.
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The only problem, however, is that due to the confusing name Modern Warfare III, many gamers are bashing the wrong Call of Duty game. In recent days, ratings for Modern Warfare 3, the 2011 game, have dropped significantly due to new reviews.
People who gave this game five stars must have been paid”
Despite a call from Call of Duty account WarzoneIntel on X for users to leave reviews on the right game, it seems to be of little help. Gamers are confused, giving us reviews like “people who gave this game five stars must have been paid” on the original game.
So should you plan to bash Modern Warfare III, make sure you do so with the right Call of Duty game. Because right now, fans are mostly trashing their beloved 2011 title.
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The original Modern Warfare 3 from 2011 is being review bombed by people mistaking it for the new #MWIII pic.twitter.com/xTFKDIglkF
– Modern Warfare 3 News (@WarzoneIntel) November 4, 2023
Warzone 2.0 continues to steal the show
Despite the fact that Call of Duty fans are not thrilled with Activision’s new direction, last year’s Warzone 2.0 continues to be a success.
The Battle Royale mode has actually been providing a lot of fun since its release, and the new installment seems to be a hit as well.
Even if publisher Activision sometimes makes strange leaps in that process: