Updated on October 18, 4:40 p.m. (GMT+8): Added images.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 releases on November 10, 2023, and fans can’t wait to try out everything it has to offer.
That includes the new mode Cutthroat in MW3, which we’re going to be going over in this article. If you want to try out the game early yourself, find out when you can get in the beta here.
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Cutthroat in MW3 introduces a new multi-team battle mode
The new mode from Sledgehammer Games has fans excited about the possibilities, with the developer calling it “a competitive 3v3v3 experience” in the official announcement.
Cutthroat will be made available in the second beta weekend set to start on Thursday, October 12 at 10 A.M. PT.
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Currthroat in MW3 will pin three teams of three (3v3v3) against each other across all of the revealed 6v6 Modern Warfare 3 maps
The individual squads will spawn in a triangle formation and be tasked with either taking down all of the other teams’ players or capturing a flag once the game reaches overtime to secure a victory.
“For 1v1 and 2v2 fans, Cutthroat will feel familiar with round-based elimination format and intense close-quarters. It’s 3v3v3 with custom Loadouts, a moving flag, and 3-way firefights,” the official Call of Duty account posted on X.
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Plenty of posts under the reveal are asking that the new mode doesn’t replace Gunfight, but rather gives another option. One of the main differences between the two modes is that Cutthroat in MW3 will allow you to use your own custom loadout.
It’s not yet known whether it will or won’t at this point, but the community seems to be open to the new game mode either way.
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