Infinity Ward is to place a strong emphasis on post-launch support for Modern Warfare 3.
Asked if the company has big plans to support the title following its release this November, IW creative strategist Robert Bowling said on Twitter: "That is a major focus of mine and the entire team since the feedback from Modern Warfare 2."
The developer was criticised in some circles for failing to combat Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer exploits and hacks in a timely manner.
Bowling, who's getting hammered with Tweets from users seeking MW3 info, said he can't reveal much about the game just yet, but he did note: "I think there is a lot of room to adjust killstreaks from MW2."
And: "We haven't even begun to delve into all the weapons in Modern Warfare 3, there is a ton yet to be seen."
Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg yesterday gave the company's first public reaction to last week's massive Modern Warfare 3 leak, explaining how the firm has attempted to turn a negative situation into a positive one.