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MW3 Collection 3 Chaos Pack available now on Xbox + new TRAILER

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Infinity Ward has released a trailer giving fans a preview of the DLC coming in MW3 Collection 3 Chaos Pack. Chaos Pack is available now on Xbox LIVE for 1200 MSP.

MW3 Collection 3 Chaos Pack is coming soon to PS3/PC.

Activision’s press release is after the break…

SOURCE: Call of Duty YT

The Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® 3 Collection #3: Chaos Pack is available to purchase for gamers on Xbox Live.  The Collection #3: Chaos Pack will introduce gamers to the brand new Special Ops Chaos Mode, in addition to offering three all new FACE OFF Maps and four new Special Ops Missions.

A trailer featuring the Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® 3 Collection #3: Chaos Pack can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efVszi4CoYg.

Call of Duty: MW3 Collection #3: Chaos Pack features the four brand new Special Ops Missions – Vertigo, Arctic Recon, Light ‘Em Up and Special Delivery – and the three new FACE OFF maps – Vortex, U-Turn and Intersection. Collection #3: Chaos Pack also introduces a new way to play Call of Duty. Special Ops Chaos Mode delivers a frenetic form of combat that demands players to outlast waves of enemies, while chaining kills on maps littered in power-ups to achieve the highest possible score on fan-favorite multiplayer maps Resistance, Village, Underground and Dome.

Collection #3: Chaos Pack is available now on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft for 1,200 Microsoft Points, or $14.99.  Collection #3: Chaos Pack will be released on other platforms at a later date.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is published by Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI), and co-developed by Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software.  Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is rated “M” (Mature) by the ESRB for Blood and Gore, Drug Reference, Intense Violence and Strong Language. For more information go to www.callofduty.com/mw3 or check out @InfinityWard or @SHGames on Twitter.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

The best RPD Class in Black Ops Cold War

The RPD is a modest and powerful LMG.

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Here’s the best class for the RPD in Black Ops Cold War.

Among some of the returning weapons from the Black Ops franchise is the RPD light machine gun. It offers decent mobility for a weapon of its class, solid strafe speed, and high power rounds.

YouTuber “Eross” shows us in the video below his loadout of choice with the RPD.

The Setup

  • Barrel: 16.5″ Cut Down – Shorter barrel which reduces overall weapon weight. Adds additional move speed while shooting.
  • Underbarrel: Foregrip – Additional horizontal recoil control when firing.
  • Magazine: Fast Mags – 33% boost to reload speeds. A huge boost to a weapon that’s known to have very long reload times. Best to reload before the mag is fully empty for a shorter reload animation.
  • Handle: Speed Tape – 10% increase on aim down sight time. Can be replaced with GRU Elastic Wrap when unlocked at a later time.
  • Stock: Tactical Stock – 40% boost to aim walking movement speed. Massive for a light machine gun.

Tips for the field

  • Planned attacks – Since movement with light machine guns is sluggish, you’ll want to be well-prepared before you get into gunfights. Be sure to pre aim angles as much as possible. You won’t win gunfights if you aim down sight mid gunfight.
  • Find the high ground – Lay waste to any foe in the middle of a field or just generally not in cover. You conquer anyone who can’t find immediate cover.
  • Objective protection – Since you’re using a light machine gun, you won’t be hopping flags often. You can still play the objective though, with the power of defense. Find a nice piece of cover you can get behind with a good angle of a hardpoint, flag or bomb site to be a powerful objective player.
  • Planned reloads – Reloads are long. Don’t get into a position where you’re low on ammo with enemies coming your way. Reload whenever you have downtime, even if you’re only missing 30 shots. You never know when you’ll need it…
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This Magnum class destroys enemies in Black Ops Cold War

These magnums just aren’t fair

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The Magnum in Black Ops Cold War has some traits that make it a bit overpowered.

Powerful weapons in Call of Duty are nothing new. So far in Black Ops Cold War, we’ve seen the power of the Milano in the beta, and for final release, the FFAR and burst rifles were high in power, and have since seen nerfs. New to the family of powerful weapons is none other than the dual wield magnums, which feel like a callback to Modern Warfare’s Magnum “Snakeshot” attachment.

YouTuber “Foxy” shows us in the video below exactly how crazy this weapon is, scoring instant kills from close range, even getting a nuclear killstreak in the process.

The Setup

  • Barrel: 7.2″ Task Force – Boosts to damage, bullet velocity and effective damage range. Takes away some recoil control and max starting ammo. The additional range comes in handy for engagements a bit further from close up. (Can be substituted with the Extended barrel at an earlier weapon level)
  • Body: SWAT 5mw Laser Sight – Additional hipfire accuracy at the cost of aim down sight time. Since we’re going akimbo/dual wield, the aim down sight time does not matter.
  • Magazine: Salvo 12 Round Fast Mag – Fast reloads, more bullets and starting ammo, with no cons since we’re never aiming down sights. Perfect for this loadout. Spam to your hearts content.
  • Handle: Field Tape – 90% Flinch Resistance. Necessary when getting up close and personal.
  • Stock: Dual Wield – We’re going to need two Magnums for this.

Tips for the field

  • Close Range Only – Get up close and personal. You’ll be able to instantly kill players with just one pull of each trigger. Since the magnum is mostly a two-shot kill, dual wield makes this an instant killer.
  • Perk it up – Run Gung-ho. You will only be hip-firing this gun and you’ll need as much accuracy while sprinting and sliding. You’ll also get the added bonus of reloading while sprinting.
  • Tight corners – Hold close angles by objectives and not even shotguns will be able to take you down.
  • Be mindful – The hipfire seems rather random. You may miss shots on occasion due to the inaccurate hipfire.
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The best Stoner 63 class in Black Ops Cold War

The Stoner 63 is a heavy and hard hitting LMG.

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Here’s the best Stoner 63 class for you to use in Black Ops Cold War.

Historically in Treyarch Call of Duty’s, light machine guns have been among the most powerful weapons in game. With the cost of long aim down sight speeds and decreased movement speeds, having a light machine gun will pummel any enemies in your way.

In the video below, YouTuber “Fortunate” shows off the best Stoner 63 class setup. Its decent fire rate and hard hitting rounds make it a great weapon to take down entire enemy teams.

The Setup

  • Optic: Axial Arms 3x – Three times magnification to better spot targets clearly at range, while getting in accurate shots.
  • Barrel: 16″ Cut Down – Increased shooting move speed by 25%. When light machine guns like the Stoner are fired, the movement speed is severely reduced, so this boost helps just a bit in a firefight.
  • Body: Steady Aim Laser – 20% hip-fire accuracy. Take down enemies when they get close with a bit more precision.
  • Handle: Speed Tape – Additional aim down sight speed. Can be swapped out with Airborne Elastic Wrap once unlocked for even more speed and perks.
  • Stock: Wire Stock – 15% sprint to fire time. The weapon is slow by default. Can be swapped with Raider Pad when unlocked, at the cost of hip fire accuracy.

Tips for the field

  • Awareness – Light machine guns are slow. Always pre-aim your corners and be mindful where an enemy can creep up. Never be in a position to where you’re being fired at first.
  • Headglitches – Stay on cover that will make you hard to hit. Waist-high cover is solid when crouching for additional recoil control, but ideally, you want to find head height cover you can fire over. Enemies will have trouble trying to pick you off.
  • Move tactically from cover to cover – Swap to your secondary when changing positions for faster movement speed, then swap back to your stoner once at your favorite spot. You’ll thank yourself later for not running across an open field with an LMG.
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