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Published on October 20th, 2011 | by Dan


>MW3 MP Pointstreaks Explained

>When the initial announcement came from Infinity Ward that killstreaks would work differently, I was ecstatic, if a bit confused.

The pointstreaks will reward you for taking objectives. This is great. It rewards my kind of playstyle, which is completely objective based. In fact, with the three different trees, anyone can play anyway they like. If you are playing with friends, this certainly helps your team. You can have a guy playing slayer with the Specialist package, while another is using Support or Assault to take objectives and hold them.
Hopefully it works as well in the game as it does on paper.
Have a look at the explanation video here:

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3 Responses to >MW3 MP Pointstreaks Explained

  1. Tristan says:

    >I think that aside from CoD4, this will be, at least for a while, one of the more balanced Infinity Ward produced Call of Duty titles. We have yet to see the guns, but I think that at least the point streaks will be somewhat balanced.

    I'm getting a new build soon, so I'll give MW3 a try.

  2. Steven says:

    >Was excited for black ops. Was fun for 500 hours, ran like shit but at least Balanced. Not excited AT ALL for mw3. Treyarch gave me the feeling they took us serious. IW tell just lies after lies, it's dumb, not getting the feeling they take the players serious. Got the feeling mw3 is gonna be just like mw2. I don't get how anyone is excited for mw3.

  3. Wheelzz says:

    >I was not excited for MW3 at all but after the news of dedicated servers and now this! Im excited. Im not going to get to excited about the game because we see how that worked with Black OPs…. OH Well, Hopefully it works out!



I put the OO in Swagoo. One of the founders of KBMOD. I stream on Twitch as well as writing and editing for the website.

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