World War 3 Reveals Uniforms And Customization Details In New Video

Various customization options, authentic military uniforms, new UI, and exclusive cosmetics for veteran players.


MY.GAMES and The Farm 51 are excited to show off the progress made on the tactical FPS World War 3. A new video is showcasing uniforms and customization improvements, including creating a playable character.

World War 3 features a massive range of uniforms and customization options. The Farm 51 artists work with an Artec 3D scanner to reproduce realistic items, including not only weapons but even boots and bags. Even with this technology at their disposal, developers make some uniforms from scratch, clean up and rework some elements as needed, and create textures entirely by hand, even after complete scanning. Various military uniforms have been faithfully recreated, including those based on actual military operators: United States Navy SEALs, Russian Spetsnaz, and Polish GROM.

Customization becomes more intuitive with new UI and options that help players create stylish loadouts to mix and match their appearance with camouflage suitable for combat in various environments such as urban areas, snowy regions, etc.

The developers are also preparing exclusive cosmetics for players who participated in early access and helped define World War 3 to showcase their veteran status on the battlefield.

Zac Gunnell

NA Senior PR Manager, My.Games

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About WorldWar3


World War 3 is a multiplayer military FPS set against the backdrop of a modern global conflict. Featuring cooperative online teamplay and tense, tactical battles, players fight for national armies across a selection of maps based on real-world locations. Developer The Farm 51 is collaborating with military experts to create a truly authentic, visceral combat experience with full-body awareness and impact, authentic ballistics and armor simulation, an arsenal of weapons, and the ability to see the consequences of global war campaigns on the world map.


The Farm 51 is a Polish video game developer founded in 2005 by Wojciech Pazdur and Kamil Bilczyński, who previously worked on the Painkiller series at People Can Fly, and Robert Siejka, the former president of 3D Magazine. Originally working on outsourcing contracts for other studios, The Farm 51 received funding from 1C Company to create their 2009 debut project, NecroVisioN, and its prequel, NecroVisioN: Lost Company. The Farm 51 also developed the action FPS Deadfall Adventures, the survival horror Get Even (published by Bandai Namco), and Chernobylite, which is actively in development and available as an early access title on Steam. In 2020, they entered into a development and publishing agreement with MY.GAMES to release the multiplayer military FPS World War 3 on PC.