One of the most prominent names in Call of Duty has claimed that Warzone battle royale will not destroy multiplayer modes in future… it already has.
Since Warzone release back in March of last year, it has gone from strength to strength and has no plans of slowing down anytime soon.
However, following the World Series of Warzone tournament, several CDL pros have spoken out on the titles place within the Call of Duty series.
James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks who is currently a three-time world champion, has recently spoken out on how Warzone is taking over.
It has been suggested this shift could be due to the amount of work and money that is being put into Warzone, many believe that otherwise this would have gone to the games multiplayer.
In a recent OpTic Podcast, Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez mentioned Clay’s comments, check it out below.
As the comment is brought up, Scump is quick to express his opinion, he says “I’m gonna put it as lightly as possible, it already did.”
“t’s not like it’s not apparent to everybody. Look at Twitch for instance, look at the player base. Cold War has like 6K viewers, Warzone has minimum 100K all the time”
Scump has strong feelings towards the current state of the multiplayer experience in Black Ops Cold War.
He then mentions some ongoing issues in the ranked playing system as well as some problems with the map, he finishes by saying that MP CoD will be able to compete with BR Cod when the multiplayer undergoes more work.
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