With Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War having recently been revealed, and the CDL coming to a close for the Modern Warfare season in general; competitive players are now setting their sights towards the future and what exactly the upcoming new titles will bring to the competitive playing field. Activision and Treyarch seem to already have plans set in stone, as they have recently revealed that for the 2020-2021 Call of Duty League Season, the format will return to 4v4 team format – something we haven’t seen since the competitive “Call of Duty: World War II” days.
This announcement has of course been met with many different responses, with many viewers wondering what will happen to their favorite players and teams, considering roster adjustments will in fact have to be made. As far as competitors go, franchised and amateur teams alike will have to be drop one player from their roster for this upcoming season, so it will definitely be an adjustment period for sure, as many competitors have made this their livelihood throughout the past season.
It will surely be interesting to see what other changes the CDL decides to make this upcoming season, while many details are still under-wraps. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will be receiving a multiplayer reveal within the coming weeks, as well as an open beta period likely a couple weeks following, so expect more CDL announcements before the end of the month.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War releases November 13th, 2020.