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As the latest installment in the renowned Call of Duty series, Modern Warfare 3 (2023) pushes the boundaries of its multiplayer experience. With the integration of traditional multiplayer, zombies, and Warzone 2.0, this title is set to be a pivotal event for gamers worldwide. For those looking to team up across different platforms, here's what you need to know about the cross-platform capabilities in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

Cross-Platform Support in Modern Warfare 3

Full Cross-Platform Play

Yes, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 proudly supports cross-platform play. This feature allows you to form squads with friends and family regardless of their gaming system. Whether they're on PlayStation, Xbox, or PC, you can all join forces and dive into any online mode the game offers.

Key Points

  • Multi-Mode Support: Cross-platform play is available across all online modes, including the much-anticipated zombies and Warzone 2.0.
  • Unified Battle Experience: Players from different platforms can seamlessly play together, breaking the barriers of traditional platform-exclusive gaming.

Cross-Progression: Keeping Your Achievements Unified

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 also incorporates cross-progression. This means that your game progress, unlocks, and achievements are not tied to a single platform.

Switch Platforms Without Losing Progress

  • Flexible Gaming Experience: You can switch from PlayStation to Xbox or PC and pick up right where you left off.
  • Consistent Progression: Your in-game achievements, unlocks, and progress are retained across platforms.

Important Note on Game Ownership

While cross-play and cross-progression are significant features, it's essential to remember that Modern Warfare 3 does not offer cross-buy. You need to own a copy of the game on each platform you wish to play on.


With full cross-platform support, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is set to deliver a more inclusive and flexible gaming experience. The ability to play with friends across different systems and maintain your progression regardless of your platform choice marks a significant step forward in the world of online gaming. Prepare to join forces with players worldwide, as Modern Warfare 3 ushers in a new era of interconnected gaming!

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