Modern Warfare 3 PC Gets Dedicated Servers

The Competition Heats Up

At Gamescom, it was confirmed that the PC version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will indeed support dedicated multiplayer servers, ending months of rabid speculation. In 2009, Activision was blasted by fans for not supporting them in Modern Warfare 2.

Activision is cautiously optimistic. The company is concerned that the PC version, being an open platform, will be a haven for those rapscallion, wall-hacking, aim-botting cheaters. Considering Activision intends to give away millions of dollars worth of real-world prizes to “Call of Duty Elite” subscribers, security measures may well be strict.

With a trailer of Battlefield 3‘s 64-player Caspian Border map doing the rounds, it remains to be seen who will emerge victorious in the ongoing war-of-words conflict between the two blockbuster shooters.

Modern Warfare 3 releases on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on 8 November.

[Source: IGN]

One Response to “Modern Warfare 3 PC Gets Dedicated Servers”
  1. Is this official? This is good news.

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