Launching on all platforms at 9am PT / 12pm ET / 5pm GMT, the update introduces a range of new content across multiplayer, Zombies and battle royale.
On the multiplayer front, Season 2 will add three brand-new 6v6 maps at launch, plus a remastered one (Das Haus) mid-season.
It will also include a new War map, another Zombies story mission, the return of Resurgence map Fortune’s Keep in Warzone, and a Walking Dead crossover.
Substantial changes to ADS idle sway and other weapon attributes in #MW3 and #Warzone have been made to improve the precision and responsiveness of aiming, particularly while using a mouse. pic.twitter.com/vrspBqml4w
— Sledgehammer Games (@SHGames) February 7, 2024
“Substantial changes to ADS idle sway and other weapon attributes in MW3 and Warzone have been made to improve the precision and responsiveness of aiming, particularly while using a mouse,” it wrote.
“Health regeneration in MW3 has been adjusted to better match the pace of gameplay. It now takes 5s to heal 1 from 150HP, down from 7.7s.”
Players interested in trying out the latest Call of Duty game will be able to do so this week when Activision launches its second Modern Warfare 3 free access trial.
Running from February 8-12, it will include a portion of the game’s multiplayer offering, plus full access to Modern Warfare Zombies.
Players will be able to try out new Season 2 map Stash House and eight other multiplayer maps.
Supported modes will include Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint, Kill Confirmed, Domination and Team Gun Game.