Modern Warfare 3 players want the big-team playlists they utilize regularly as permanent fixtures in Modern Warfare 3.
Modern Warfare 3 players have asked that the newly added big-team playlist become part of its permanent multiplayer roster.
Before Season 1 kicked off, Sledgehammer Games made changes to Modern Warfare 3 playlists by including new game modes suited for two teams of ten instead of just six players taking on another squad of six players.
Sometimes new playlists won’t resonate with millions of players but one such playlist – Ten-versus-ten Action Arena (TAA) has proven hugely popular among them and some even want it made permanent as an alternative to six versus six action.
Reddit user KmarsJK believes the mode is providing players with an authentic Call of Duty experience.
An enthusiastic player says they simply cannot stop playing; even when not actively involved they keep thinking about the game – exactly the same feeling they experienced back in 2012-13.” And others seem to appreciate having more players around; one adds: “Most maps play much better when 10v10.”
SBMM creates ultra-competitive matches which many are enjoying but others find less exciting and sweatier. One player expresses her displeasure: “What am I missing here, having tried 10v10 games seems even more intense and sweaty if anything.
Although increasing sweat is inevitable, adding four new players per team could spice up the action across all sides. But with playlist updates taking place every week, this may become obsolete before long.
Sledgehammer Games listens carefully to player opinions, and 10v10 action has proven more popular than 6v6 action in Modern Warfare 3. A new season may see 10v10 join Team Deathmatch and Domination as permanent playlists providing fast-paced chaos action – so make the most out of Modern Warfare 3’s 10v10 until its departure is finalised! For now though, take full advantage of Modern Warfare 3’s 10v10 before its gone forever.