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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3's campaign is playable early

Sam Cawley

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3's campaign is playable early

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Eager Call Of Duty fans will be able to play Modern Warfare III’s campaign three days early, at a cost.

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III is the highly anticipated sequel fans have been waiting for, marking the return of Captain Price, Ghost and the rest of the team on another mission to prevent a global catastrophe.

Check out Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III below.

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There’s a lot to look forward to, with dedicated fans having a taste of what’s to come with the closed and open multiplayer betas. There’ll also be a brand-new Zombies mode, pushing the beloved game mode into an open-world environment for the first time.

Back to the campaign though, some fans will be lucky enough to play it several days early, but only if you’ve pre-ordered. This counts for both the standard version of the game and the Vault edition.

Once you’ve successfully preordered the game on PC, Xbox, or PlayStation, you’ll be able to pre-install the game tomorrow, 1 November, and then jump straight into the single-player campaign when early access kicks off on 2 November.

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It’s believed the download size for the campaign content alone will be around 50GB, hitting over 100GB for the full game, something many fans are sick of with current-gen games since they clog up storage space on consoles.

Nevertheless, it’ll likely be worth it as the campaign looks spectacular. Not only does it bring back the fan-favourite villain Makarov but it’ll also adapt the infamous No Russian mission from the previous Modern Warfare games. It’ll also introduce a new type of campaign mission, Open Combat, which gives the player more control over the routes they take and the strategies they use.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III will launch for new-gen platforms on 5 November, and can still be preordered for pre-install and early access now.

Topics: Call Of Duty, Modern Warfare 3, Activision

Sam Cawley
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