Sledgehammer has revealed that the forthcoming Modern Warfare 3 video game will have a longer campaign mode to that of its predecessor.
Speaking in a video, CEO of Sledgehammer Glen Schofield has stated that although the length of the single player campaign “depends on the player,” most believe that it will take longer to complete than the Modern Warfare 2 campaign.
He said: “My feeling - and the feeling of most of us - is that it’s longer than Modern Warfare 2,” and he further added that the campaign is being “polished like crazy.”
The video also features footage seen in the original trailer for MW3, with battle scenes from locations such as New York, London and Berlin.
We haven’t long to wait to experience the action for ourselves, as Modern Warfare 3 will be out on November 8th, less than two months away now.
Meanwhile, in other Call of Duty news, a date has been set for a trial set to take place between publisher Activision and former Infinity Ward bosses Jason West and Vince Zampella.
The pair are suing for what they are calling ‘unfair dismissal’, after their contracts were terminated just before they were due to receive substantial Modern Warfare 2 royalties.
They are also seeking an annulment of their Activision contract, whilst Activision is counter-suing the pair, claiming that they held secret meetings about a potential deal with EA.