Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is Reportedly Adding a Killstreak from One of the Worst Entries Of the Franchise

The DNA bomb in Modern Warfare 3?

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is Reportedly Adding a Killstreak from One of the Worst Entries Of the Franchise

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  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 supposedly to get the DNA bomb, one of the best features of Advanced Warfare.
  • A leaker's post on X shows that the Reaper UAV is about to be back, along with the DNA bomb.
  • Fan's demand more Scorestreaks, as new ones are being readied for COD 2024.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone are currently two of the hottest properties of Infinity Ward on the market. One of the best features is the constant updates and new content that keep getting released in the game, be it new skins, weapons, or scorestreaks.

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But the latest scorestreak that will supposedly be added to the game has a twist, as it was a part of arguably the worst game of the franchise, Advanced Warfare. According to a post on X, the DNA Nuke score streak from the worst performing Call of Duty will soon be able in Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone. Apart from the DNA Nuke, the Reaper UAV scorestreak is also supposed to make a comeback in the game.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 To Get New Scorestreaks

Scene from Modern Warfare 3 trailer
New scorestreaks might be coming to Modern Warfare 3.

Call of Duty players can expect new score streaks to grace the game soon if a post on X is anything to go by. According to the post, players can expect to get two new scorestreaks soon.

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The DNA Bomb, also known as the Manticore, is a powerful end-game scorestreak that will only activate if the player manages to kill 30 enemies in a single life. Once the bomb is used, it will kill all the players on the opposition team. However, unlike the nuclear strike scorestreak, the game will not end when a player uses a DNA bomb.

But the comments on the post reveal a surprising demand by the players – a sequel to Advanced Warfare, widely claimed to be the worst installment in the Call of Duty franchise.

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And suddenly, there is an outpouring of support for the tarnished installment as this one fan brazenly claims the game to be in his list of top 5 Call of Duty games. Even Sledgehammer wanted an Advanced Warfare sequel but was forced to make Modern Warfare 3.

But it only goes on to show how fickle the public opinion is, as when the game had initially launched, there were widespread protests amongst players regarding the game being repetitive, the same as the previous one, and many even considered it a downgrade from the other Call of Duty games.

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Players Demand Even More Scorestreaks

Modern Warfare 3 trailer scene
Fans demand ‘goated’ Scorestreaks

Scorestreaks define the playing style of players. While some opt for using aerial support to eliminate enemies, some go for turrets and shield turrets. When some favor missile and UAV strikes, so prefer melee weapons like katana and gloves.

If the above leaks are true, then COD 2024 is set to get a host of new upgrades. H.A.R.P. and Sniper’s Nest both appear to be immensely promising. Air Patrol will be a player favorite, especially in eliminating opponent air Scorestreaks.

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As for Nuke, it will be a literal endgame scorestreak as using it will instantly end the game. However, to make Nuke active, one has to achieve 30 kills in one life.

Other popular Scorestreaks that players have demanded are Reaper and Intelligent Munitions System (IMS). Both of these Scorestreaks will be treats to use, especially the Reaper. Some fans truly believe that the Reaper was indeed ‘goated’.

What do you think of the DNA bomb in Modern Warfare 3? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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