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A lot of great information comes out via the back and forth nature of Twitter, but unfortunately, quite often a decent chunk of that information can be totally missed.

So (with thanks to NeoGAF poster Xux), here’s a rundown of some of the information Robert Bowling from Infinity Ward has given out in the last few days concerning Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

* When asked if there will be knife changes: “There are. Reduced lunge and removed Commando.”

* When asked what resetting all stats does: “Takes you back to rank 1 so you can do everything all over again. It was a major request by our max rank max prestige’s.”

* When asked how long it’ll take to reach MW3’s level cap of 80: “The curve is different and less of a grind at the end than it was in MW2”

* When asked if there are disadvantages to using a grenade launcher: “Yes, it’s fairly weak and doesn’t get much ammo. Not useful as a main weapon.”

* When asked who gets the kill if you take a teammate’s tag in kill confirmed: “Whoever put the enemy down gets the kill and both players get the XP for the tags.”

* When asked if there will be a “report cheaters/boosters” function in MW3, and if players will be banned for them: “yes and yes. We have an in-game report player function and will be moderating those reports to ban players.”

* When asked about putting in “crazy” challenges (such as getting a nuke using C4 and a riot shield): “We’re introducing new challenges all the time in the game now, with daily and weekly challenges. So the possibility is there!”

Source: NeoGAF

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Recap of recent Modern Warfare 3 info from Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling

By Mollie L Patterson | 09/6/2011 01:17 PM PT

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A lot of great information comes out via the back and forth nature of Twitter, but unfortunately, quite often a decent chunk of that information can be totally missed.

So (with thanks to NeoGAF poster Xux), here’s a rundown of some of the information Robert Bowling from Infinity Ward has given out in the last few days concerning Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

* When asked if there will be knife changes: “There are. Reduced lunge and removed Commando.”

* When asked what resetting all stats does: “Takes you back to rank 1 so you can do everything all over again. It was a major request by our max rank max prestige’s.”

* When asked how long it’ll take to reach MW3’s level cap of 80: “The curve is different and less of a grind at the end than it was in MW2”

* When asked if there are disadvantages to using a grenade launcher: “Yes, it’s fairly weak and doesn’t get much ammo. Not useful as a main weapon.”

* When asked who gets the kill if you take a teammate’s tag in kill confirmed: “Whoever put the enemy down gets the kill and both players get the XP for the tags.”

* When asked if there will be a “report cheaters/boosters” function in MW3, and if players will be banned for them: “yes and yes. We have an in-game report player function and will be moderating those reports to ban players.”

* When asked about putting in “crazy” challenges (such as getting a nuke using C4 and a riot shield): “We’re introducing new challenges all the time in the game now, with daily and weekly challenges. So the possibility is there!”

Source: NeoGAF

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About Mollie L Patterson

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Mollie got her start in games media via the crazy world of gaming fanzines, and now works at EGM with the goal of covering all of the weird Japanese and niche releases that nobody else on staff cares about. She’s active in the gaming community on a personal level, and an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming, consumer rights, and good UI. Find her on Twitter @mollipen.