Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 ROM – Nintendo Wii (WII)

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 WII ROM - is a 2011 first-person shooter video game, jointly developed by Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision.

App Name Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
Genres FPS
Developer ,
Realese Year 2011
Region USA
Latest Version 1.0.0
Language English
File Size 3GB

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is a 2011 first-person shooter video game, jointly developed by Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision. The game was released worldwide in November 2011 for Microsoft Windows, the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, and OS X. It is the sequel to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009), serving as the third and final installment in the original Modern Warfare trilogy and the eighth Call of Duty installment overall. A separate version for the Nintendo DS was developed by n-Space, while Treyarch developed the game’s Wii port. In Japan, Square Enix published the game with a separate subtitled and dubbed version.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3


Modern Warfare 3 is a first-person shooter video game much like its predecessors. Modern Warfare 3 for Microsoft Windows has dedicated server support.


The player assumes the role of various characters during the single-player campaign, changing perspectives throughout the progression of the story, which, like its predecessors, is divided into three sets of missions called “Acts”. Each mission in an act features a series of objectives that are displayed on the heads-up display, which marks the direction and distance between such objectives and the player. Damage to the player is shown by the visualization of blood-spatter or red-outs on the screen. The player’s health regenerates over time as long as the player character avoids taking damage for a limited time. Mission objectives vary in their requirements, ranging from having the player arrive at a particular checkpoint, to eliminating enemies in a specified location, standing their ground against enemy squadrons, directing remote-operated weapons, and planting explosive charges on enemy installations. The player is also accompanied by fellow soldiers who cannot be issued orders. Like its predecessor, the game includes an interactive scene of a terror attack against civilians, which the player is given the option of skipping due to the portrayal of graphic and potentially upsetting content, including harm to children.


Modern Warfare 3 features a new mode, called Survival. This mode allows between one and two players to fight massive waves of enemies, with each wave becoming increasingly difficult. It differs from the Nazi Zombies mode in Call of Duty: World at War, principally in that enemies no longer spawn at fixed locations as the zombies do, but instead appear at tactical positions based on the current location of the player. The mode is available on all multiplayer maps in the game. Players earn in-game cash for items such as weapons, upgrades, ammo, air/ground support, and equipment if they kill or assist in killing enemies, while more items can be unlocked by earning XP which is also increased by killing enemies. Special Ops also returns from Modern Warfare 2. These challenge missions feature up to 48 stars, unlike its previous installment, which featured 69. Some weapons in Spec Ops are exclusive to that game mode and are not available for play in multiplayer mode.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3


The entire Killstreak reward system has been altered to make it more difficult for players to get early unlocks. Killstreaks are now known as Pointstreaks, and kills are no longer the only way to increase the player’s point streak. Completing objectives such as planting a bomb or capturing a flag in Capture The Flag awards points towards the player’s Pointstreak. Pointstreak rewards are organized into three different “strike packages” called Assault, Support, and Specialist.

The Assault strike package works the same as the Killstreak reward system in Modern Warfare 2 and Black Ops: the player must earn more and more points without dying. Once the player is killed, their points are reset to zero. Likewise, the Specialist Strike package rewards players with perks after every second consecutive kill. Upon death, however, the player loses all the perks and the points are reset to zero. In contrast, the Support strike package is awarded based on the total points that the player has earned over the entire match, regardless of how often the player dies. It is important to note that if a player switches to a custom class with a different reward system (either assault or specialist) during gameplay, all points are automatically reset to 0. Players are allowed to choose which Pointstreak rewards they want to use when they gain it during the match, rather than choosing them between rounds.

Special Ops

The Special Ops game mode from Modern Warfare 2 is present in Modern Warfare 3 and includes new features which make it more replayable and similar to other game modes, such as Nazi Zombies from previous Call of Duty games, and Hordes from Gears of War. The two main Special Ops modes include one that is generally the same as the last Modern Warfare game, and a new wave-based game, Survival, where the player is inserted into a multiplayer map alone or with a single partner and defends an area against waves of enemies. The players can buy support options unlocked with money earned during each round via the means of killing the enemy and completing the optional objectives on each wave, which vary from getting multi-kills to not taking damage. You gain experience for killing them which allows for more weapons to be unlocked, as well as other support options. The model also works with the DLC multiplayer maps.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3


The game sees the return of Task Force 141 members Captain John “Soap” MacTavish, Captain John Price, and Russian mercenary “Nikolai”, who is on the run after killing the rogue US Army Lieutenant General Shepherd, the main antagonist of the previous game. Task Force 141 was officially disavowed due to Shepherd’s death, with the truth of his involvement in igniting World War III known only to Price, Soap, and Nikolai. For most of the game, the player controls Yuri, an ex-Spetsnaz operator and former associate of Makarov, who joins Task Force 141 on their hunt for Russian Ultranationalist terrorist Vladimir Makarov, who returns as the game’s main antagonist.

Several playable characters have been added, including Delta Force operator Staff Sergeant Derek “Frost” Westbrook; Special Air Service Sergeant Marcus Burns; and Andrei Harkov, a Russian FSO agent tasked with protecting the Russian President. Just like President Al-Fulani in the first game, Soap is only “playable” during the game’s opening sequence; while Price becomes the player character in the game’s final mission, and is the only character in the trilogy who speaks while playable. The player also takes brief control of a civilian tourist in London, seconds before he and his family are killed by a chemical agent; as well as an AC-130 TV Operator during the Battle of Paris.

New non-player characters (NPCs) include Delta Force operatives “Sandman” (William Fichtner), “Truck” (Idris Elba), and “Grinch” (Timothy Olyphant), who serve as Frost’s squadmates. Captain MacMillan briefly returns from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare as Baseplate. Craig Fairbrass, who originally voiced the characters Gaz and Ghost, returns to voice SAS operative Sergeant Wallcroft, who originally had a minor role in the first Modern Warfare.

Locations featured in the game included India, the United States, Sierra Leone, the United Kingdom, Germany, Somalia, France, the Czech Republic, Russia, and the United Arab Emirates.

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