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Activision Has Confirmed COD: Modern Warfare 3’s Zombies Mode And Open Combat Missions

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Activision has dropped a brand-new blog post with even more juicy info around Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 ahead of its full reveal early tomorrow morning and November 10 launch, sharing some exciting details including the return of Zombies, new Operator customisation options, Open Combat campaign missions and more.

Here are the bigger points shared in the blog post:

  • For the first time ever, a direct sequel in back-to-back years delivering an all new Campaign that marks the return of Makarov.
  • With Carry Forward, players can continue to enjoy player inventory and weapon progression from last year’s Modern Warfare II into this year’s all-new, Modern Warfare III.
  • Did someone say Zombies? More information coming soon on the new Modern Warfare® Zombies: The largest Zombies offering to date.
  • New Open Combat missions in Campaign; new Combat Vests and Perk system for customizing your Multiplayer Operator; new Tac-Stance movement; new After-Market Parts for unparalleled Gunsmith customization and more.
  • One access point for your future Call of Duty content. Starting with Modern Warfare II and Warzone, and now with Modern Warfare III and beyond, players can navigate all their content in one place, we call it Call of Duty HQ – making it easier to select which game and modes you wish to play.
  • New additions to Ricochet Anti-Cheat™ as well as new anti-toxicity plans to continue to deliver a fun, fair and welcoming online experience for all players.
  • Roadmap of post launch live seasons of additional new content.
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Similarly to when Call of Duty: Vanguard was promoted in 2021, the reveal for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is happening inside Call of Duty: Warzone, so if you’re keen to be a part of the action you’ll need to log into Warzone at the right time. The action kicks off at the ripe hour of 3.30AM tomorrow though, so it’s going to take a degree of dedication. Here’s how that shakes out in other local timezones:


  • 3.30 AM AEST (Melbourne/Sydney/Hobart/Canberra/Brisbane)
  • 3.00 AM ACST (Adelaide, Darwin)
  • 1.30 AM AWST (Perth)
  • 5.30 AM NZDT (Wellington)