League play delayed in mid-February
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, scheduled for today, will be released in mid-February. Treyarch said it needs a few more weeks of testing to improve the accessibility of the league play and to create an environment that both professional players and general users can enjoy. The developer, the publisher, and the person in charge of each platform are intertwined, and the specific release date has not yet been confirmed. The league play will be shown first in PS4 in mid-February. This is not the first time that the league play postponed. It was announced that it would be added in December, but it was delayed by one month at the end of January, and it was reported that it will be added through January 31st patch. However, there are a lot of users who are disappointed and changed to mid-February.
Specialists - Updated January 29 The following Specialist is restricted from use in CWL competition: — Nomad — Torque — Ajax Specialists in the game can be used by one player on each team, just like in regular Multiplayer lobbies. Specialist Equipment - Updated January 29 The following Specialist Equipment is restricted from use in CWL competition: — Tac-Deploy — Seeker Drone — Reactor Core Sensor Dart has been removed from the restricted Specialist Equipment list and has been re-enabled in competitive play (Updated 11/15) Following CWL Las Vegas, special attention will be paid to the tuning of specific Specialist Gear (specifically for esports competition), adjusting elements like the damage dealt and durability of some offense-based equipment as well as the active time and impact of persistent support items. Some equipment the studio would like to try adjusting – specifically for Esports Modes – include how Tac-Deploy operates and how many spawns it can generate, Reactor Core’s strength and radius, the damage and durability of Torque’s gear and more. Weapon Restrictions The following will be restricted for competitive play. — Titan — Hades — VKM 750 — MOG 12 — SG12 Hellion Salvo has been removed from the restricted weapons list and has been re-enabled in competitive play (Updated 11/15) Rocket Launchers have traditionally been restricted from competitive Call of Duty due to free fire functionality and the damage that they apply to other players. However, they will be permitted in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 competitive play after a tuning adjustment has been made to significantly reduce damage to players. The ultimate goal of keeping Launchers in play in competitive is to serve as a tactical counter to equipment and scorestreaks exclusively, and not affect player-to-player combat. For that reason – specifically when selecting Esports settings in custom games, which will be added to the game in the near future – damage to players from Launchers will be dramatically reduced, such that it will be insignificant. Other Restrictions - Updated January 29: The following will be restricted for competitive play. Attachments: — High Caliber — High Explosive — Laser Sight II — Max Load — Rapid Fire — Rocket Cache — Steady Grip Optics: — Fast Lock Perks: — Gung-Ho — Skulker — Team Link — Tracker Wildcards: — Overkill — Primary Operator Mod — Secondary Operator Mod Scorestreaks - Updated January 29: — UAV — Care Package — Counter-UAV — Sentry — Mantis — Dart — RC-XD Gear: — Acoustic Sensor #CWL #News
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