Treyarch recently disappointed the gaming community when it delayed the launch of Modern Warfare 2’s multiplayer mode.
The highly anticipated ranked competitive mode, which itself won’t launch until 2023, CDL Moshpit was previously scheduled to launch today as part of the local season. The game’s first live content. However, Modern Warfare 2 support studio Treyarch confirmed on Wednesday that its launch was delayed at the last minute, leaving many gamers expressing disappointment.
“CDL Moshpit was originally slated to release today at the start of the first game, but recently discovered issues with the mode caused it to be delayed at the last minute,” they said. Addressing these issues is our current top priority and we will update you on the timing as soon as possible.” They added: “We will be following discussions regarding this mode with Infinity Ward on their Trello Modern Warfare 2 page. So check it out often and stay tuned for news and updates.”
The list of ranked game modes that will be played by CDL Moshpit will use its own rules and regulations and revolve around the Call of Duty League maps across all three of its official game modes: Hardpoint , Search & Destroy and Control.
They will act as a bridge between the regular multiplayer mode and the ranked competition mode, providing fierce competition, as well as a clear ranking hierarchy of good players, and rewards. for the top players when it launches in 2023.