- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is bringing back the All or Nothing multiplayer playlist in the January 11 update, which is a fan-favorite mode where players compete in a Free-for-All mode using only throwing knives initially.
- Rustment 24/7 will also be reintroduced in the update, although it has not been received as well as All or Nothing. However, some players still enjoy it for its potential for faster XP gains.
- The Modern Warfare 3 community is mixed about the inclusion of Rustment 24/7 and some fans would prefer the return of the Modern Warfare 2 Mosh Pit 6v6 playlist, but updates arrive weekly, so fan opinions could influence future updates.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is bringing back its popular All or Nothing multiplayer playlist in the January 11 update. This new update will also reintroduce Rustment 24/7 into the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 multiplayer playlist, as fans await the launch of Season 1 Reloaded.
Modern Warfare 3 developer Sledgehammer Games is preparing fans for the launch of Season 1 Reloaded by revealing new information, such as upcoming limited-time events, Zombies content, and more multiplayer modes. Players can also expect another collaboration between Modern Warfare 3 and The Boys, which will bring A-Train and Firecracker operator bundles. Homelander, Starlight, and Black Noir bundles will also be available in the in-game shop once more. Before the new update arrives, the Modern Warfare 3 community may prepare for all the new content by leveling up their weapons and gear after the new playlist update on January 11.
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CharlieIntel posted a screenshot from Modern Warfare 3 on Twitter, confirming that All or Nothing and Rustment 24/7 will be available in the multiplayer playlist on January 11. All or Nothing was introduced in the initial Modern Warfare 3 Season 1 update, and it quickly became a fan-favorite mode. In All or Nothing, players compete in a Free-for-All mode, with throwing knives being the only weapon readily available. In order to gain ammo for their empty handguns, Modern Warfare 3 players must gain the Scavenger perk by getting kills with throwing knives. The first to 20 kills in All or Nothing wins, so many players believe the mode is an extremely fun and quick diversion from the rest of the standard multiplayer modes.
When is All or Nothing Coming Back to Modern Warfare 3?
Modern Warfare 3’s Rustment 24/7 mode doesn’t appear to be as well received as All or Nothing, since many Twitter users just prefer to play Shipment 24/7. However, the small map playlist presents an opportunity for faster XP gains due to constant close-quarter gunfights, so some are still open to playing in the Rustment 24/7 playlist again. Despite some of the map’s flaws involving spawn points, Shipment will likely become the most popular map of the two.
All or Nothing may be a popular mode, but the Modern Warfare 3 community is still mixed about the inclusion of Rustment 24/7. Some fans would like the return of the Modern Warfare 2 Mosh Pit 6v6 playlist, which brought a select number of popular maps into Modern Warfare 3. Fortunately, playlist updates arrive each week, so Modern Warfare 2 Mosh Pit could return in Modern Warfare 3 Season 2 if fans continue to show their interest and voice their opinions.
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