On 14 September, the 2021 Call of Duty League season was announced with some remarkable changes. Pro League tournaments will switch to PC competitions, but keeping the use of controllers. Challengers series are also going crossplay. Let’s see what changes are coming to the CoD League in 2021.
Surprising Switch to PC for Pro Team Competitions
In a more than surprise announcement it was revealed that the pro team competition will make a transition to PC + Controller starting from next season.
Starting from 2021, all pro matches will be played on PC and all pro players must use a controller of their choice that must be League-approved. More details and rules pertaining to peripherals that can be used in tournaments will be announced in the future through official sources.
Call of Duty Challengers will be available crossplay
Another striking news involves the Challengers series: all competitive players will be able to compete online via the platform of their choice between console and PC. However, some restrictions have already been announced: all players will necessarily have to use controllers, other devices like mouse and keyboard will not be allowed.
Moving to a crossplay platform the appeal of the competitive Call of Duty industry will grow, making the game more popular among players without consoles. Only at the end of the next competitive year we will know if the field of pro players will remain the same or the easy access to the game will lead to a reduction in the quality of the competitions.
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