October 31, 2023
Modern Warfare 3 is set to release in just ten days, and fans of the Call of Duty franchise are eagerly anticipating the game. But before the official launch, those who have pre-ordered the game will have the opportunity to access the final chapter of the rebooted Modern Warfare saga. If you're wondering when you can preload MW3 and what the download size will be, read on.
If you have early access to the campaign, you can start preloading the game from 10 am PT on November 1st. The game will unlock twenty-four hours later, at 10 am PT on November 2nd. Once unlocked, you'll be able to immerse yourself in the gritty story that takes place in Verdansk.
The download size of Modern Warfare 3 varies depending on your platform. On average, you'll need around 150 GB of storage space to install and play the game. This includes the core game itself and the Call of Duty HQ. If you already have the COD HQ, your download and install requirements will be halved. It's important to note that the download size can differ significantly between platforms and for updates and patches.
Before preloading MW3, make sure you have enough storage space on your device. With a download size of around 150 GB, it's crucial to ensure you have sufficient space available.
To gain early access to the MW3 campaign, you'll need to pre-order any copy of the game. This can be done easily through digital storefronts on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC platforms. Once you've pre-ordered, you can start preloading MW3 and be ready to play when it unlocks. The campaign is expected to be one of the darkest in the Call of Duty series, featuring intense scenes that surpass the infamous airport mission from Modern Warfare 2.
The MW3 campaign has a duration of approximately five to six hours, allowing you to play through it multiple times before the multiplayer portion of the game launches globally on November 10th. During the campaign, you can unlock achievements, collectibles, and multiplayer rewards. Make the most of your early access and start playing!
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