Sledgehammer: MW3 campaign is memorable; lots of small and big moments like “No Russian”
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is finally out and we have a lot of information for you. Sledgehammer games talks up the campaign of Modern Warfare 3 and calls it “memorable”. They want you to experience a lot of awesome moments that you will remember for a long time.
Big moments like No Russian in Modern warfare 2 are somewhat back and there are also a lot of little moments in the campaign that give you n exhilarating gameplay experience.
Creative Director of Sledgehammer games, Brett Robbins revealed a lot of information about their game and their inspiration behind Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 in an interview with OXM.
“I would love if a player played our game and had a similar experience to the Nuke moment somewhere in there, and there are a few moments in here that are pretty impactful or emotional, I think. But I don’t want to chase it. Sometimes when we’re designing a level we’ll talk about big moments.
“But we’ll also talk about little moments, just little character interactions or little details that are possibly as memorable,” he said.
He also mentioned that there are a lot of small and big moments in the game, which will make it an memorable experience as they are aiming to provide gamers a distinctive and unique campaign.
“There’s a couple of scenes in Modern Warfare 2 that are kind of smaller interactions that I remember just as well as No Russian.
“And I think it goes back to what we were talking about with authenticity and believability: sometimes just the way a character adjusts his gun or something or just the way he talks to you or the way he jumps into a vehicle or just does something very believable and natural, you’re like “Oh that’s as cool as the big explosion” or something like that because that’s very hard to nail as well in games.
“So I think it’s both.”
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is shaping up to be a terrific game. You can check out our review round up here; the game received some fantastic scores.
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