The squad returns for Call of Duty Modern Warfare III with zombies clawing their way for the first time ever
For those ready to dive into action, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III will kick off a beta period allowing players an early look at multiplayer modes.
Activision will also make the single player campaign available one week before the game’s release on November 10 for customers who pre-order the game digitally.
Finally, Undead creatures will be popping up on launch day for the first zombie mode in the epic Modern Warfare saga.
A new dark chapter begins, taking off from the events from the last game, which will see Captain Price and multinational special operations unit Task Force 141 face off against the ultimate threat.
The ultranationalist Russian war criminal Vladimir Makarov returns and leads several attacks across Europe, triggering a large-scale war between terrorists and friendly forces.
Task Force 141 will be forced to fight against evil like never before.
The instalment of the game will see players participate in a globetrotting mission and feature three pillars - a single-player campaign with a storyline set immediately after the events of Modern Warfare II and a multiplayer mode where players can settle old scores on all 16 classic maps from every Call of Duty game over the past two decades.
Not only that, but the game will also feature a co-op open world, where Task Force 141 will team up with other units to fight massive hoards of terrifying zombies clawing their way through the battlefield.
And if you pre-order Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III you’ll be able to start slaying flesh-eating monsters in multiplayer before the game officially arrives.
If you haven’t had a sneak peek of the insane trailer, be sure to click the button below.
Yep, that’s right, expect cinematic experiences as you face the undead in this open-world experience.
So, what are you waiting for? Cancel all of your plans and return to duty ahead of November 10. To pre-order, head here.
So gear up, grab your rifles and start summoning the squad.