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Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling was interviewed by the Official UK Xbox Magazine in this months newest issue and was talking about what they are doing currently for the MW3 Content Season.

“The goal with these content drops is to do things we’ve never done before, really expand our horizons and our opportunities of what we consider DLC, because traditionally we’ve just done multiplayer maps,” Bowling commented in an interview you’ll read in issue 83, on shelves very shortly. He continued, “So that’s what we are looking at, how we can take different perspectives on different [campaign] missions, give more context to a mission by showing you pretext before it or after it. We’re exploring everything. I can’t give you a specific schedule on it, but that’s the logic behind it.”

Robert also commented on how MW3 maps were smaller and stated, “Since people have been enjoying putting hundreds of hours into the smaller maps, now as we’re moving forward we are looking towards expanding that out, giving you bigger, more sniper-friendly maps with longer sightlines, so that’s what the content drops are going to be focused on – doing something you’re not already doing in Modern Warfare 3.”

In regards to the original map offerings he said, “I think it has been successful in focusing what we wanted – very intense, fast-paced firefights, always keeping you in the fight – but we are looking to expand it, because you always want variety, you always want something different to what you’ve been experiencing.”

SOURCE: Official Xbox Magazine UK

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  • Daryuujin

    shame 95% of what mr bowling says is a lie

    • Rick Kump

      Shame you live in a fantasy land of absolutes.

  • If this is true, it will be fan service at it’s finest. The only other thing I can ask for is additional weapons/skins, which he has mentioned in the past. Can’t wait!