Infinity Ward’s Creative Strategist Robert Bowling has stated that post-launch support will be a "major focus" for Infinity Ward with Modern Warfare 3, following the feedback the team received from Modern Warfare 2.
Bowling tweeted the news in response to a fan asking for "exceptional post-launch support" and "constant patches" in the recently revealed shooter, saying "that is a major focus of mine and the entire team since the feedback from Modern Warfare 2".
Modern Warfare 2, of course, was victim to a barrage of hacks and exploits post-release, including – amongst others – the infamous Javelin Missile glitch and an exploit that gave players infinite grenade launcher ammo.
Infinity Ward was criticised by fans for being slow to respond to issues.
Modern Warfare 3 launches on November 8th 2011. More information on the game is expected next week.
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