It’s time to talk about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3’s first season of content. I know, I can hear you now. “COLE! MW3 has barely seen the light of day!” We’re all still trying to figure out the preseason weapon meta while basking in the nostalgia overload from the 1v1ing our besties on Rust, and we’re supposed to be thinking about new maps and zombies content already? Sure are. Here’s a look at what we know is coming with Season 1, so far.
Call of Duty: MW3 Season 1 — Release date and time
Neither Activision nor Sledgehammer Games has pinned down a release date for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3’s first seasonal content drop, outside of saying “early December“. You’ve still got just a bit of time to finish the Modern Warfare 3 campaign, hit the level 55 cap, and trudge through those Zombies missions before the first season officially begins.
Season 1 content will be free for all players, though there will be Operator bundles and a sweet new battle pass to spend your hard-earned (or paid for) COD points on.
Call of Duty: MW3 season 1 — new maps
Sledgehammer Games put all their chips in the nostalgia basket for Modern Warfare 3, with 16 maps at launch that were remakes of every map from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009). While the overall community response to this has been positive, there are still a few folks who want new maps to sink their teeth into. Even before Modern Warfare 3 was released, the development teams behind the first-person shooter were open that seasonal content would include new, never-before-seen maps. Now they’re ready to deliver on that promise.
How is that for a new map name. Say hello to Meat, a compact map centered around the East Bay Meats slaughterhouse. Call of Duty fans love their small maps. From Rust to Shipment to Das Haus to Nuketown, small…
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