COMPETITIVE LEAGUE PLAY COMING BACK TO COD: BLACK OPS COLD WAR?
Take it with a grain of salt, a tiny tiny grain of salt, but the word on the street has it that the well-liked League Play feature will make a comeback in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
The League Play mode, which in previous COD installments made it possible for players to be more actively competitive with other similarly skilled players, via a special ranking playlist, is rumored to make a comeback.
Trusted COD know-it-all Tom Henderson let it out while on a livestream broadcast that League Play mode will be soon featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, which had been a very popular request by players of the iconic shooter game since its release back in 2020.
When is this going to happen? Not a real clue, but the same unconfirmed rumors point out to some point between Seasons 2 and 3.
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The likely return of the classic League Play feature is definitely welcome news for the loyal COD community, who had been asking for it since the release of the sixth installment of the Black Ops series. League Play had been a regular mode asset in previous COD games before, so leaving it out of the Cold War version was perceived as a BIG developer mistake.
Sunday’s Twitter post by Call of Duty Intel (@IntelCallOfDuty) featured renown COD leaker Tom Herderson stating that the League Play mode would be returning VERY soon:
By @IntelCallOfDuty (Jan. 3rd, 2021)
“Call of Duty leaks @_TomHenderson_ says he was told League Play is scheduled for Q1 of 2021, between now and March.”
Q1? Well, that’s just short for the 1st quarter of 2021, which leaves roughly 2-3 months’ time for it to happen, if it ever will. Design Chief David Vonderhaar had dropped a similar statement back in the last months of 2020, but the fandom has heard or seen nothing since.
In other COD news, it was also recently reported that Garena, developer of Call of Duty Mobile, will soon host a Call of Duty: Mobile Grand Battle for the Thai player base, aimed at propelling two winning teams from Thailand to participate in the Garena Invitational event, which is scheduled for late in the year, featuring the best COD talent from the South East Asia region.
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