Modern Warfare 3 players criticize ‘inconsistent’ vision of teammates

published: 2023-10-09T16:52:23

Updated: 2023-10-09T16:52:37

Modern Warfare 3 community members have reported visibility issues since the first beta weekend, making it difficult to distinguish between friend and foe.

After spending the first weekend playing MW3, players gathered their thoughts and came up with mostly positive feedback. However, there were some glaring issues that reared their ugly heads. For example, COD pros have described the game’s spawn system as one of the worst in the franchise’s history.

Despite being a PlayStation exclusive, the first weekend of the beta was full of cheaters. Finally, users criticized MW3 for offering a worse user interface than MW2 and downgrading the sound and graphics design.

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It remains to be seen what the final product will look like when MW3 officially launches worldwide on November 10, but players will clearly still want to iron out some wrinkles, and that includes visibility issues.

Modern Warfare 3 players want better visibility

“Visibility of teammates is inconsistent in the Modern Warfare 3 beta,” ModernWarzone said.

As one Call of Duty insider claimed: “When we played #MW3 Early in August, our enemy players and teammates had a scheme around them that greatly improved overall visibility.

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As the second weekend of the MW3 beta approaches, ModernWarzone has urged developers to bring back this scheme from the previous release.

To underscore this point, ModernWarzone shared a clip of Repulze’s stream, where he couldn’t tell if he was shooting at a teammate or an enemy.

War zone streamer TheTacticalBrit He agreed with the criticism: “I’ve done this on a number of occasions. Name tags are not clear enough.”

Another user added: “I can’t tell you how many times I’ve shot my teammates because I couldn’t tell they were enemies, which resulted in me dying because I wasn’t paying attention elsewhere.”

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To solve the problem, a third operator suggested: “Just take back the name tags. I hate the red and blue dots.

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