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Monday, 24 October 2011 08:57

MW3 PC dedicated servers are unranked

Written by David Stellmack

Admins to have complete control over unlocks

More details are coming to light on the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 dedicated servers. The biggest news is that the PC dedicated servers will be unranked and the admins of these servers will have complete control over the unlocks and what exactly is able to be unlocked.

Public PC servers will be ranked and feature the standard unlock system. Admin control of the PC servers will be nothing like COD4 and will feature an all new backend and security system. No one playing the PC version of the game will be forced to play on P2P servers. The best way to look at it is that public servers are about game progression and private servers are about game control.

The console version of the game will strictly use P2P servers with no option for dedicated servers.

Last modified on Monday, 24 October 2011 10:54
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+4 #1 The_Wolf88 2011-10-24 09:08

What does DICE logo have to do with Call of Duty series ?!

DICE is making Battlefield series not Call of Duty !!
0 #2 nele 2011-10-24 10:56
My bad...

Hungover :-x
+1 #3 NateMo1980 2011-10-24 12:41
This game is MW2 with half baked dedi's as an attempt to draw sales. [censored] buying this game. Wait til AlterIW.net "modifies" this in a month or so and we can play it for free with proper ranked Dedi's. Best of all, Activision won't get a dime. Do I think MW3 will be good, sure. Seems more balanced than MW2. But do PC gamers need to pay for this middle finger of a game not giving us what we were promised in the first place, NO.

Save your 60$ and wait for the AlterIW.net version. It will be MW3 done right just like AlterIW.net did for MW2. Why get half of what you want for $60 when you can get it all for FREE. No Brainer.
-3 #4 thetruth 2011-10-24 17:28
As far as I can see, MW2 only got slated because it lacked dedicated servers. Now this has been rectified, any logical person should surely like the game... but NO! Its reputation has been damaged and now people justify its past games to damage new games with nothing wrong with them. What a shame.
0 #5 Skyfox85 2011-10-24 18:18
@thetruth; wow, I wonder if you read the article at all... It says all dedi servers are UNRANKED. So if you play at dedi servers and unlock stuff then join a different one, all you're unlocks are from what I understand; gone... except if you play on p2p servers. So to make it short, the pc gamer gets screwed once more. Why?! is the big question here. Treyarch creates less profitable games which use dedi servers which cost more money while IW creates games which make billions of profit and add p2p which is cheaper... IMO IW does this to somewhat let the pc gamer get used to p2p gaming while not totally screwing the pc community because they did add dedicated servers only not ranked. And of course I always play on ranked dedi servers :@ I'm so not going to buy this game!! BF3 I welcome you!

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