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Modern Warfare 3 Gameplay Trailer Enters WW3

Posted on Monday, May 23 @ 20:40:34 PST by

That's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3's gameplay debut above. You don't need to watch basketball or soccer. You can find it right here on Game Revolution. The trailer visits the same locales we saw in teaser trailers last week. While Modern Warfare 3's trailer seems to look like... well, Modern Warfare 2 on a bigger scale, it came with all of the bombast and action of an Activision-published trailer.

My thoughts? The shots of New York City were kind of compelling. As tired as NYC is in gaming, you know Call of Duty will put quite the spin on it. I'll also say that the World War 3 moniker was unexpected but hopefully Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games will back it up with an unprecedented amount of action.

A lot more Modern Warfare 3 information will make its way out during E3 2011. Game Revolution will be there with the latest trailers, impressions, and more. Check out our E3 2011 tag page for the latest.
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