Post-launch content and support for the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is no joke to the boys and girls at Infinity Ward. Company creative strategist Robert Bowling replied to a tweet asking if IW planned on supporting the game after it hit retail shelves.
"That is a major focus of mine and the entire team since the feedback from Modern Warfare 2," said Bowling, who isn't in the position to reveal too much of the game yet, but he did tweet some other interesting tit bits.
"I think there is a lot of room to adjust Killstreaks from MW2.," he said, adding: "We haven't even begun to delve into all the weapons in Modern Warfare 3, there is a ton yet to be seen."
Bowling also assured fans that the multiplayer will not be neglected and it is certainly "one of those things that gets development time all the way up till ship. (and after)" Let's hope that means hammering out those multiplayer exploits and hacks seen so prominently in MW2.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is already seeing pre-orders flowing in at a pretty high rate, hitting third position on Amazon's top 100 selling titles.