Modern Warfare 3 & Warzone streamers hyped after playing at CoD Next: “We are so back”

Nathan Warby
Ghost in Modern Warfare 3

Call of Duty streamers got hands-on with Modern Warfare 3 and the new-look Warzone at CoD Next, and the reaction seems to hint that the series is back on form.

With Modern Warfare 3 launching on November 10, it’s an exciting time to be a Call of Duty fan. Sledgehammer Games’ new game is bringing 16 classic maps from the original MW2, as well as a brand-new Warzone map.

Most players will get their first in-depth look at the new multiplayer and fresh battle royale experience during the CoD Next livestream. However, streamers were invited to attend the event early and go hands-on with Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone, and the reaction has the community excited.

After trying out both games, many took to X (formerly Twitter) to share their early thoughts, and most seemed to agree that the future looks bright for Call of Duty.

FaZe Swagg posted saying: “We are f**king back,” before fellow content creator ModernWarazone added: “We are so back.”

ModernWarzone followed up later by sharing how those who got time with Warzone and Modern Warfare 3 felt after their demo.

“The vibe after the tech test at COD NEXT is even better than the vibe from the original early play test myself and 10 or so other creators got to try a few months ago,” he posted. “Make of that what you will.”

On Warzone specifically, he also teased that those who were disappointed by many of the past updates shouldn’t worry this time around.

“Last time everyone said Warzone was back it didn’t go so well,” he continued. “This time will be very, very different. Don’t believe us just watch.”

This will no doubt get CoD fans excited about what’s to come in Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone. Although battle royale fans will have to wait to see the game in action, MW3 players can try it for themselves during the beta that goes live after CoD Next.

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