Call of Duty: MW3 has a plethora of modes for players to flit between as they become frustrated with one and need a break. The Experimental Playlists are one of the best because they’re unlike anything currently in the game’s core rotations.
There are set modes that every player enjoys in Call of Duty: MW3. Multiplayer is the standard PvP affair with up to date weapons and refined shooting mechanics. Warzone offers something close to a CoD battle royale experience, and Zombies Mode pits the living against the living dead. Experimental Playlists are different, though, they give players a chance to see what might be coming to the game early and participate in testing it out to see if it’s viable.
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Experimental Playlists in Call of Duty: MW3 are game mode and map combinations that developer Sledgehammer Games wants to test out. The reason they’re in an Experimental Playlist is that the developer isn’t sure they’ll work for the wider MW3 audience and so wants a few players to help try them out before they’re added to the main rotations or scrapped.
Playing matches in this playlist doesn’t net players much in the way of XP or unlocks, but it does help make MW3 a better place to play. The more modes and maps that can be added to the rotation, the fresher the game will feel. But it all relies on player feedback.
To play Experimental Playlists in Call of Duty: MW3, players must navigate to the Experimental Playlist tab in the main menu. Once they’ve selected it, they’ll be queued for a random match unless they quit matchmaking.
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