MP1st - Robert Bowling, also known as Four Zero Two, shed some light on what we can expect from the developers behind Modern Warfare 3 in terms of patches and hot fixes.
I thought MW3 is a bug fix of MW2 oO
u come on this site and say the same joke about mw3 thats been said all year long. Get a life.
Then where are the MW2 maps? Where's the MW2 campagin? MW2 spec ops missions? Seriously? Where are all these things?
You would have thought big titles like this would be throughly Q/A'd / tested before release
They are - no doubt the QA team played the game, found loads and loads of bugs, and put them on a list for the developers to fix. Then the release date approached, and many of the bugs on the list remained unfixed. Now there's always some bugs to fix, and a few will go through unnoticed, but activision's release schedule of 1 game a year puts tight constraints on what can get finished.
“I surely didn’t see bugs (in MW3) like I saw elsewhere” says Glen Schofield when asked why they only needed 1000 people to play their game compared to the 8 million participants in the Battlefield 3 beta. http://n4g.com/news/868013/...
lol after how many games released on the same engine? There are still glitches, bugs, latency issues, and spawn problems?? They couldn't even copy pasted the updated versions of the previous titles?! "Just copy the old code guys. We'll fix the game a few months down the line."
It shouldn't be an issue in the first place, activision.
Cod is Coke, bf3 is pepsi. Enough said. Who makes more money? I prefer Coke to Pepsi. Im glad they are fixing things, because the spawning is kinda tiring. Other than that, this game is head and shoulders better than the other MW games. People dont FLY IN THE AIR and get 50 kills and 2 deaths. Its a bit more balanced, maps are better, weapons are better, etc.
no CoD is PEPSI and BF3 is Coca Cola. Coca cola is wayyyyyyyy better than PEPSI
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