Rust has been confirmed to play Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 beta.
The entire time, from its inception at the beginning of 2003, there are a lot of multiplayer maps that fans love that you can pick from Call of Duty. Call of Duty series.
However, while every favorite Call of Duty map will be a personal preference of the player, the most cherished among players could be the likes of Skyrise, Favela, Terminal, Nuketown, Overgrown, Strike, and Crash.
There are also a few divergent maps or, according to us, Brits would call them “Marmite” maps. The map immediately brings to mind the tiny and chaotic Shipment. The map is so small that it has so many interspersed corridors that it’s either likely to be able to score an unforgettable killstreak or get killed. Another map that could be included in the category of Marmite class is Rust.
It is believed to be a spiritual sequel to the previously mentioned Shipping; Rust is located within an oil facility within the Afghanistan desert. Rust is a similar space and an elevated tower at the center of the map that could become a dream for snipers. But, the building right in the middle of the map could expose any wannabe sniper. It is a choice for gamers who desire an intense battle.
Rust first appeared during Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009) as well as in the remake of Modern Warfare III, which features remastered maps from Modern Warfare 2; Rust is not just a guarantee for the coming year’s launch, however. It’s also confirmed for the beta version which will be launched on the weekend.
The announcement of Rust’s appearance at this week’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III multiplayer beta was made public via the official Twitter page. “On 5 October, Rust will launch on the #CODNext Twitter account. Include who you’d like to watch 1v1,” It tweeted. The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III multiplayer beta begins on Friday for players who bought the game in advance for PlayStation in the first week, then on PC and Xbox within the next few days.