Around AOTF ×
Platforms
More

Modern Warfare 3 Developers Rallying The Troops

by | @AttackFanboy | on November 10, 2011

Modern Warfare 3 Developers Rallying The Troops

Upon release, Modern Warfare 3 stirred controversy this week when gamers flocked to metacritic to bash the shooter.  No matter what platform you look at the negative user reviews are nearly double the positive ones.  This user score deviates from the critic score considerably, and co-head of Sledgehammer Games thinks that its not representative of the product.

Last night, Glen Schofield took to Twitter to rally the Call of Duty faithful, and campaigned for fans to head to metacritic and give their honest opinion to balance out some of the hate that has been thrown at Modern Warfare 3. Schofield has since deleted the tweet, but while it was around, it said:

“I don’t usually do this but, if u like MW3 go 2 Metacritic.com & help our user score,” writes Schofield. “It’s suspiciously low. Be honest but help if u agree.”

Activision announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has sold nearly 10 million copies on day one, and could end up being the single biggest entertainment launch in history.

Regardless of your stance on the game, do you think that Modern Warfare 3 deserves a 2/10?  Does it even matter?

Read This Next
Call of Duty: Ghosts launch prompts week long double XP
Call of Duty: Ghosts launch prompts week long double XP

Black Ops 2 and Modern Warfare 3 players will be getting a week long double XP event.  Announced earlier today,...

Modern Warfare 4:  New Call of Duty confirmed for 2013
Modern Warfare 4: New Call of Duty confirmed for 2013

Today during Activision’s quarterly conference call, Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg announced that 2013 will see the release of another...

Modern Warfare 3 sees new game modes added in playlist update
Modern Warfare 3 sees new game modes added in playlist update

Modern Warfare 3 received a playlist update last night which included two new multiplayer gamemodes for the shooter. Money in...

Say Something