World War 3 is a multiplayer military FPS set in a modern, global conflict. Join the fight in massive infantry battles, gain advantage over the enemy with personalized weapons, vehicles and drones. Experience true tactical combat in the global struggle where every battle counts.
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19. Okt. 2018

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Was die Entwickler zu sagen haben:

Wozu Early Access?

“We want to develop World War 3 based on your feedback. We enter early access with a solid foundation of the game and will be open to all suggestions, design and feature ideas from the community.

Early Access allows people who share our perception on modern FPS games to join the active development of the game, as we release patches and updates based on community feedback.

After Early Access release we want to reveal the Roadmap of the project to show our plans for the coming months of development.”

Wie lange wird dieses Spiel ungefähr den Early Access-Status haben?

“We don't have a definite timeframe yet but we're estimating it'll be something between 12 and 16 months.”

Wie soll sich die Vollversion von der Early Access-Version unterscheiden?

“The Early Access version of World War 3 is a solid foundation of the game to be built upon. Throughout Early Access we plan to polish the core game with bug fixes, balance patches and content updates, adding new maps, units, weapons and game modes.”

Was ist der derzeitige Stand der Early Access-Version?

“Currently the game includes a starting set of maps (3), features & content, with a goal to expand and refine throughout Early Access based on community feedback. Right now our main focus lies on refining and balancing Warzone mode. All aspects of the game are currently being balanced live, with the game still under constant development, so expect regular patches & improvements until we reach full release.”

Wird dieses Spiel während und nach Early Access unterschiedlich viel kosten?

“Yes. World War 3 will be available for a cheaper price during Early Access with the intent to raise the price at full release. This is to reward and encourage those who invest in World War 3 for the long term during Early Access. All future DLC content will be available for free.”

Wie werden Sie versuchen, die Community in den Entwicklungsprozess mit einzubeziehen?

“The main idea behind entering Early Access was to develop and expand the game basing on community feedback. We aim to be accessible so we encourage people to talk to us directly via our official forums and social media channels. Even if we aren't always responding, we’re reading everything.

Furthermore we want to be transparent with our plans for future development and shortly after ea release we'll reveal the Roadmap of the project.”

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14. November

Patch 0.1.1 LIVE


Patch 0.1.1 has been deployed to live servers after a week of testing in the PTE. You may need to restart your Steam Client to get the patch. We've isolated problems with connecting to the game (both menu and matches) and it should be much better. If you are still experiencing problems with connecting, we'll have additional topics on our forum with resolutions to them as we find them.

See the detailed patch notes here.

Join in with community discussion, suggestions and file bug reports on our forum at

See you on the battlefield!
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10. November

Devlog #1 is now out

Soliders! We've just published our first entry into the devlog on our website. Check it out here

Devlog preview:

First of a series of Devlogs! This time: outlining why we’ve been quiet since the Early Access release and how we plan to change that, what happened on the 19th and how we handled it and a bit about our plans for the near future and long term.

A handful of facts

Let’s get you some basic knowledge of our situation to better understand why we’re here and how we got to this point. We’re a small, indie developer that took on a great challenge, but with our previous experience and careful planning, we are sure we can handle a project this big. We’re constantly being compared to the biggest titles out there and measured against them despite us having a fraction of their budgets. Because of that our community trust means a lot to us – we know there’s a long journey ahead of us all.

As a company, we have deep experience with multiplayer games, but we’ve never done anything on a scale of World War 3. Multiplayer is a hard thing to do well, and many players, vehicles, strikes and insane customization are all adding complexity exponentially. On top of that, it all has to work blazingly fast and feel good doing it. We’ve jumped into developing something that most game studios and publishers would deem too risky to try in this age of reboots and yearly franchise refreshes, but thanks to the passion our team has for gaming, we know we can achieve what we set out to do. We’re also not backed by a publisher, we’re handling everything ourselves, and we decided to launch our Early Access on every continent at the same time – and we couldn’t have done it without weeks of testing with our players.

We can see our game has great potential and with good decisions and hard work it has a chance to be the next great FPS. Because of that, we are dedicated to keeping the promise of listening to feedback and constantly improving our game.

Because we knew there would be problems and unforeseen challenges, we couldn’t really be sure that a game that relies on balancing, solid netcode and server performance will work day one without a hitch. Also, with pretty much all of us being gamers, we know that multiplayer games cannot grow and evolve without players, and players need new content, balancing, constant updates and new challenges to keep being interested in playing and supporting our work.

Very early on we decided that Early Access is the way to go. It lets us build a solid core of a game, test it properly, balance, build a community and then release fully, after all the problems we couldn’t foresee were fixed and content we wanted to add is done. Working with our community to make the game better is also much easier when the game is still open for changes suggested by them and can still be influenced in meaningful ways.

First contact

We first showed our game at IEM 2018 in Katowice, Poland for a selected group of influencers behind closed doors. We got very warm reception from those shows which boosted our morale and helped us steer the game in the right direction.

A few months later we invited some of the polish influencers to play and test our game at our studio, we showed them a lot more of it and let them taste what World War 3 could be like for the first time.

Their great feedback was later extended by people from outside of Poland as well. We had a lot of people visit our booth at Gamescom in August – and a lot more content creators showed up to see what’s the queue for. Conversations we had there were crucial for us in the coming weeks and we greatly appreciate the time those people gave us.

After showing the game for the first time publicly at Gamescom, we felt it’s playable enough to release into Early Access. We knew it’s rough around the edges, but it was at the point that we could start balancing, finding out what can be improved and we could use the feedback and actually implement it. Finishing systems and polishing them up would make changes much harder to implement and could sway us away from tweaking, which we didn’t want.

We opened up technical test servers shortly after, to test the game and see how it plays when it’s not just us, but people that have never seen the game. Thanks to those tests we improved a lot and had more fun each day, we’ve met some cool people around the world in the already forming community, some of which were very helpful in finding bugs and improving gameplay. We had almost 100 000 people sign up for the testing, with tens of thousands keys sent out.

We didn’t see the numbers we wanted from our tests, so we proceeded to send out 10k more keys a few days before the Early Access release to bump up the numbers and really test out the infrastructure. It was all working without problems at all, so we were sure we’re ready for the launch – we wouldn’t push the game out the door if we knew that just a few hundred more players will start to become a problem for our backend.

Early Access

We pushed the button and it worked fine for some time. After that Master Server started to get overloaded by all the players trying to play at once. While our dedicated game servers were doing fine, our Master Servers couldn’t handle the logging in and sending profile data to all players, as well as saving all the customization, item buying traffic and metagame updates. Because we focused on security over performance, it backfired and we soon realized this is not something we can fix in a matter of minutes and it will need an overhaul. We disabled a lot of the functionality that was already there to let at least some people play and we started fixing without wasting any time.

This was Friday evening after a pretty exhausting week of making sure everything is all buttoned up. The team stayed at work for the whole weekend (with a few hours of sleep each, don’t worry!). The pizza we got from our Discord community was really helpful as well, we ate it all, thank you very much for that. It was not only something to feed us, but also very uplifting gesture among the chaos and non-stop work. By Sunday evening we managed to stabilize the game enough to have most players get to the game, but that was with quick fixes, rather than proper rewrite, so after a few more hours of sleep and a few fresh people we started rewriting the Master Server to utilize new architecture. We had to have someone watching servers and restarting them as needed 24/7 for the last two weeks, which meant the team switched to working three shifts to make sure there’s always someone there. We’ve all done the best we could and the team showed they will not break under pressure and handle whatever happens.

What’s next

Our main priorities now are:

Bug fixing and making the game better on a base level with balancing and quality of life improvements,
Adding new experiences, new ways to play,
New content – all kind of totally new ingame content like weapons, strikes, maps and so on

We’re still moving the disabled functionality to the new backend, so expect proper profile saving, progression, metagame and other missing stuff to be back soon™. Our focus on fixing the connectivity issues doesn’t mean we’re not also listening to community feedback and implementing changes. Not everyone can help with backend, so others are making sure the game is getting better each day.

Thanks to the trust our community put in us, we can now grow and expand our capabilities, so there are some big things coming to World War 3 in the coming days, weeks and months. We’re fixing last bugs in the first big patch right now and working on a Roadmap, both of those will be out next week if everything goes to plan. There’s also an even bigger update scheduled to come out in the second part of November and at least one more before the end of the year. Using the Roadmap you will be able to see what the plans are and tell us what you’d like to see make it into the game as well.

We’ve also opened up the Public Test Environment, which helps us test patches before they go out to everyone, which has proven to be an extremely useful tool for us. This is because it both speeds up updates and makes them better quality.

After the big November update we’re planning another AMA, so make sure you’ve got the questions ready, we will be answering them.

Lastly we wanted to touch on people playing unfair. We’re fully aware of the problem and it’s not being ignored. We’ve been issuing bans since day one (thank you for your reports!) and those still continue.There’s a system behind how we’re doing it, but due to the nature of this issue we can’t really share any details on how this process works. Rest assured we’re not taking this lightly and this is something we are monitoring very closely. We are also working to include a reporting function inside the game, but – if you didn’t know – you can report bad behaviour and cheats with screenshot or video links at We’re looking at them and banning players accordingly and we’ve fixed a few vulnerabilities thanks to your help as well.

This time we wanted to give our players some explanation of what’s going on, but Devlogs are here to stay for good. This is the first and special one, in the future ones we’ll try to focus on showing you how some of our systems work and how we made them, showing you some work in progress as well as videos and images of upcoming content.

We have taken steps to make our communication with our community a lot better, you will see some changes soon.

We’re really grateful for your support and we understand the Early Access launch game didn’t go exactly as planned, but we’ve learned from it greatly – which was always the point of releasing the game before it was done and we’re confident that with your help, we can make this something great.

Thank you for playing!

World War 3 Development Team

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Über dieses Spiel

World War 3 is a multiplayer military FPS set in a modern, global conflict. Strong teamplay, national armed forces, real locations, full body awareness and a versatile customization system all contribute to the authenticity of the modern combat experience enhanced by other essential elements such as a robust ballistic system, advanced armors and life-like weapons. Produced in cooperation with military R&D centers and consultants, World War 3 shows the consequences of every battle in the context of a global war campaign on a strategic war map.


Modern Battlefield Experience
World War 3 presents a modern conflict with tactics, techniques and procedures inspired by true combat engagements. All of this packed into two exciting game modes. Warzone offers opportunities for dynamic, intense firefights in teamwork-focused battles of infantry and armored units over fortified points. The tactically-oriented Recon allows players to cooperate within small reconnaissance squads left on their own to survive and capture high-value targets in hostile territory. Together these modes create a coherent gameplay experience aimed at presenting the actual feel of modern warfare.

Real Life Locations
We are proud to give you one of the most realistic levels in the history of FPS. Join the battle on the streets of Warsaw, Berlin and Moscow. Take advantage of the urban environment to surprise enemy forces and dominate the battlefield.

Versatile Customization
Find your own unique combat set fitted to your needs and style without being bound by classes or roles. Choose from hundreds of combinations of unique weapon parts, attachments, skins, camos and paints. Same rules apply to vehicles, tactical gear and uniforms. If it’s possible in real life, it’s possible in World War 3 - simple as that!

National Pride
World War 3 is heavily grounded in military realism, offering accurate depictions of weapons, uniforms and equipment of national armed forces. All of it to inspire you to make the war effort personal and prove that your country is the dominant force on the battlefield. All maps are based on real-life locations such as the streets of Warsaw, Berlin and Moscow (more locations planned) recreated with an unprecedented attention to detail.

Strong Teamplay
World War 3 supports team-based gameplay rewarding the initiative in playing as a part of a squad. Responsible cooperation within a squad is the best recipe for combat effectiveness. Players can choose between assuming the role of an Attacker or a Defender, and use any gear available to support their playstyle – what matters is the victory.

Armor vs Projectile
The most authentic bullet vs. armor system in the FPS genre to date, achieved through years of research and development with military professionals. Ballistics, a weight system, full body awareness, vehicle physics, and an extensive customization system all affect the gameplay in a meaningful way.

Strategic War Map
To show consequences of every battle, player performance is rewarded with resources used to conquer or defend a territory. Gain additional bonuses via the metagame and turn the tide of war! Every destroyed vehicle, every kill, every bullet fired, every achievement affects the big picture presented on a constantly evolving, interactive war map eventually covering the entire planet.

Community Driven Development
World War 3 is being developed by competitive gamers who grew up playing FPS games. As an indie studio we strongly believe that community input is crucial in creating enjoyable and memorable games. We want to invite all of you to take part in the common effort of making World War 3 the game you always wanted to play!!

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