Controversy Surrounds Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3’s Trophy List on PlayStation 5
Concerns Arise as Modern Warfare 3's Trophy List Appears Linked to Modern Warfare 2 on PS5
A cloud of controversy has enveloped the upcoming release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, particularly in relation to its trophy list on the PlayStation 5, raising questions about its status as a standalone game. While Activision had previously clarified that Modern Warfare 3 would be a distinct release and not a DLC for Modern Warfare 2, recent developments have fueled rumors to the contrary.
The forthcoming remake of Modern Warfare 3 bears a striking resemblance to its predecessor, and with good reason. Activision is set to bring over content from Modern Warfare 2 into Modern Warfare 3, and their co-developer, Sledgehammer Games, intends to introduce beloved maps from Modern Warfare 2 to the newer installment. Additionally, post-launch multiplayer content will feature more legacy maps. While some have labeled Modern Warfare 3 as a “glorified expansion,” Activision insists that it is indeed a full-fledged standalone game.