The Call of Duty League team has announced some updates to the original Competitive Rule Set V1 that was revealed back during launch.
The new rule set updates come as Infinity Ward deploys new patches for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare with changes and updates to CDL specific features and sets. The new rule set is now updated with the new features like the spawn camera and more.
These rule sets are in effect for this weekend’s 2000 Challenger Series.
NOV 23 2,000 SERIES RULESET UPDATE
For this weekend’s Challengers 2,000 Series Tournament, we’re incorporating new settings introduced in the latest update for ALL MODES:
Game Setting “Input Swap Allowed” set to DISABLED
Gameplay Setting “Spawn Camera” set to ENABLED
Gameplay Setting “Cranked Timer” set to DISABLED
Additionally, the following changes have been made for ALL MODES:
Game Setting “Skip Infil” set to ENABLED
Team Setting “Weapon Pings on Compass” set to DISABLED
Team Setting “Enemy on Compass” set to DISABLED
Gameplay Setting “Equipment Delay” set to DISABLED
Gameplay Setting “Equipment Protection” set to 7.5 SECONDS
Additionally, all matches for this weekend should be played with edited private match settings, not in-game CDL settings toggle.
Please stay tuned for more info in the coming weeks on both Specialist usage and settings.
Activision has announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Multiplayer will be playable at the 2019 CWL Champs.
The 2019 CWL Champs takes place August 16-18 in Los Angeles, CA, and marks the end of the 2019 Call of Duty esports season with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Activision has not said which modes of MP of Modern Warfare will be playable at Champs, but if you’re attending, you can stop by the PlayStation booth at the event to get your first hands on before the beta.
For those not attending Champs, the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Open Beta is coming in September. The Beta begins September 12 on PS4.