The launches of Call of Duty are one of the AAA most important, so they always raise expectations around their gameplay, setting and multiplayer. It was already confirmed a week ago that Sledgehammer Games is developing it, Activision confirmed it would arrive this year, but there are still more confirmations to be revealed in 2021.
The new Call of Duty It will be a continuation of the one published during 2020, Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, and will be integrated in the same way with the battle Royale Call of Duty Warzone. Now, the new COD 2021 promises a Complete new campaign, a multiplayer experience and a cooperative mode when it launches.
This means that Sledgehammer Games has many things ahead, although it may be that they dispense with an element present in other COD and vitally important. According to the well-known insider and analyst in the industry, Jeff grubb, has commented having heard rumors about the new one and that it would not have its own multiplayer mode.
Grubb He has stated the same in a new video published recently on YouTube, where he himself comments that the game has certain problems in multiplayer mode. The next Call of Duty 2021 has already had problems around its development, they say, but Grubb has said that these problems They are mostly in multiplayer mode.
What’s more, Grubb said that these rumors also spoke of a multiplayer remaster from Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 that would be used as a replacement. There have already been rumors about this, apparently, but Grubb claims that the remaster would simply replace the multiplayer of Call of Duty 2021.
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¿What do you think of this in COD 2021? It is not the first time Jeff Grubb comments on video game situationsNor the first time he turns out to have been right.
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