Thursday, June 30, 2011

MW3 -Two Day Cod xp By Activision

Hi there here is some news on mw3 .
Activision has revealed the first ever COD XP, a two day event being held in September at which in excess of 6,000 enthusiasts have the opportunity to celebrate Activision's new first-person shooter Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
The event will take place in Los Angeles during Labor Day weekend, September 2 and 3. Those people that can't attend will have the opportunity to follow along with videos as well as other media both on TV and web-based for free.
Call of Duty: MW3's multiplayer mode is going to make its world premiere at the gathering, as will the complete slate of Call of Duty Elite functionality. Activision may be unwilling to share every thing Elite will offer you since it is so closely linked in with MW3's multiplayer. So far we only know the free features of Call of Duty Elite service. Elite is going to be presented ahead of XP to some degree as the Beta is ready to go live on July 14.
Participants will have the opportunity to try out both the new MW3 multiplayer and Spec Ops modes as well as compete in a $1 million tournament (qualifying will take place in Black Ops prior to the event, with select qualifications taking place at the event itself), and try real life recreations of several MW2 levels including Burger Town (which will serve lunch), The Pit (where you may attempt to set a top-notch time on a real-life course), and Scrapyard (paintball tournaments). You'll also have developer panels, live entertainment, a COD armory and museum.
"From the high production values of our live, immersive events — all the way to the smallest details in every design and activity — we're pulling out all the stops to make Call of Duty XP the ultimate gathering for the global community of Call of Duty fans," said Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg. "The celebration will immerse attendees in a Call of Duty experience unlike anything they've ever seen before. Over the course of two days, gamers can trade Call of Duty war stories, experience the official unveiling of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 multiplayer and the full feature functionality of Call of Duty Elite, as well as enjoy world-class entertainment and compete head-to-head for some serious cash prizes."
Tickets are going on sale July 19 for $150. All of the ticket sales proceeds will go to Call of Duty Endowment non-profit group which "helps soldiers transition to civilian careers after their military service." According to Hirshberg, XP would have cost Activision more than it could have raised from ticket sales "so this is partly about raising money for a great cause, and it's partly about just giving something back to our fans."
More details about this event I will be trying to find out.But this is it at the moment so have your say in the comments.thanks

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 online details leaked!

Let’s be honest, the biggest selling point for the Call of Duty series is the online multiplayer. I usually play online before even thinking about playing through the solo campaign. The campaign in the games have gotten to be pretty, well, boring. This is especially true if you play on harder difficulties. The story is mediocre, but anything good about it gets lost quickly when all I’m trying to do is stay alive for enough time to get a check point behind me. I don’t have time to notice the amount of work that went into the game when I’m runnin’ and gunnin’ like a mad man. Online play is more variable, however, as playing against real people is naturally so. Personally, I buy the games for the online experience and I am sure you are wondering what Modern Warfare 3 is going to look like in matchmaking. You are in luck, as a few suspected details have been leaked and confirmed.
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Monday, June 20, 2011


We’ve got a couple of interesting pieces of news for you today regarding Modern Warfare 3 perks. None of this is confirmed, but it all comes from the same source that broke that first large MW3 leak, so I believe they’re pretty reliable.
The first tidbit about MW3 Perks is an entirely new concept that will be introduced in Modern Warfare 3. That concept is Team Perks. The idea here is that, instead of just unlocking an ability for yourself you can unlock it for your entire team. This is sort of similar to a buff or a passive party ability that you might see in an RPG type game.
Some examples that were given include a team perk that would let your entire team regenerate health faster, or a team perk that that reduces the effect of flashbangs on your team (they should call it “sunglasses”!). The only thing that’s really officially known here is that Team Stopping Power will not be an option, as Four Zero Two has tweeted that it would not be an option.
One thing that remains unclear about Team Perks is the definition of the word “team”. It seems that most major gaming blogs are assuming that “team” refers to a clan of sorts, which would be tracked via Call of Duty Elite, meaning you could unlock a perk and then your friends would have it activated whether they were in the same game as you or not. I find this unlikely, and think that it’s much more likely that “team” refers to the team that you’re in-game with. Basically, everyone on your team (Seals, Spetsnaz, etc) in the game you’re playing will most likely be the ones receiving the buffs.
The idea of team perks aren’t the only thing to come out of this latest leak. We’ve also got some more info on some of those, you know, regular MW3 perks. Five of them, to be exact.

Blind Eye - Or, you can call it the “anti-killstreak perk”, because this perk makes you invulnerable to killstreaks from other players. That means you won’t get attacked by their choppers, etc. You will, however, still show up on UAV and the like. If you upgrade it to the pro version you’re not only protected from killstreaks, but you get the ability to help take them down more quickly. Your rockets will lock on faster and your gunshots will do extra damage to vehicles. You’ll become an anti-killstreak machine.

Assassin – This fills in the other half for Blind Eye. Where Blind Eye protects you from things like choppers and chopper gunners, Assassin makes you invisible to things like UAV. In addition, you won’t show up on thermal sensors or heartbeat sensors. You’re an assassin, invisible to all but the naked eye. The pro version, as you’d expect, takes this even further. Upgrade to it and you’ll become invulnerable to CUAV and EMP and, perhaps even more importantly, when enemies see you your name will not show up and your enemy’s crosshairs will not turn red, leaving you free to sneak around in plain site..

Point Guard – Frustrated that you’re always racking up tons of assists but are never quite able to finish your opponent off and get your hands on those cool killstreaks? The aptly named “Point Guard” is here to help. With Point Guard, you’ll get credit for a kill towards your killstreak bonuses every time you get two assists. It won’t show up on the scoreboard as a kill, but it will count towards your acquisition of killstreaks. So if you get 6 assists without dying, you get a UAV. Or if you get 2 assists and 2 kills you’ll get the same.

Dead Silence – While Assassin makes you invisible visually, you still make noise. Enter “Dead Silence”, which takes care of that. You make no noise, not your footprints, reloading, etc. While Assassin makes you unseen, Dead Silence makes you unheard.

Recon - Details are still hush on this one, but it appears it will give you a more advanced radar than you have naturally. Perhaps it will work to counter perks like Assassin that would typically make an enemy invisible to radar.

So there you have it, the first five new Modern Warfare 3 Perks. Stick with us as we’ll be updating the site with more as they become available.

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Sunday, June 12, 2011