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Thursday, 09 June 2011 09:13

Infinity Ward back pedaling on dedicated servers

Written by David Stellmack
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Having discussions about the possibility for MW3
Despite previously insisting that dedicated servers were not the direction that Infinity Ward was going with upcoming release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, we are hearing that Infinity Ward is doing some serious back pedaling; and at least having discussions about dedicated servers for the PC community, and what it might look like if they were going to do it.

Infinity Ward admits that they are putting a lot more focus on the PC version of MW3 than they have in a long time. While they say it is an effort to build a better experience for PC gamers, we suspect that it also has a lot to do with the upcoming release of Battlefield 3 which was developed for the PC as its primary platform.

While Infinity Ward has not committed to dedicated server support for MW3, we hear whispers from the community that things are heading that direction, and at least it is closer than it was several months ago.


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