Call of Duty is a first-person shooter video game franchise published by Activision. Launched in 2003, it focuses primarily on World War II games. Over time, the series saw games between the Cold War, futuristic worlds, and outer space.
Earlier, the in-car music of Battlefield of Duty officially launched Jay Chou’s playlist, you can cut songs when you get on and off. This is formally launched for both iOS and Android users also can play together.
Recently, an unofficial tournament for Warzone, the Royal Installation of Call of Duty War, became popular, with activation gradually joining Warzone Weekend, a show of victories between official CDL matches. Warzone Weekend began in May and ran throughout the 2020 CDL season.
According to Activision’s Head of Leagues Johanna Faries, this is only the beginning of Warson Sports.
“We’ve taken a lot of the time in the off-season to think about, what does the next-level proposition for Warzone look like for CDL and the broader Call of Duty esports community?” Faries said. “In the next few months, I think we will have exciting things to share around what that means for us and what fans can look forward to, not just in 2021, but beyond. We’re really, really happy to think that CDL is stretching entrepreneurially into the Warzone conversation in ways that I think will be quite exciting.”
It all officially kicks off on February 11th, but first, the Kickoff Classic will be on January 23rd and 24th, with six seasonal matches voted by fans between the top seasons.
In addition, it is officially announced that the new gameplay-Mission Battlefield will be opened for a limited time. This is a 3A-level large map tactical mode.
Users of the Call of Duty mobile game can open the settings, select “Battlefield of Duty Settings”-“Vehicle Settings”-click the “Onboard Music” button and then find the vehicle in the Battlefield of Duty and click to get in the car – A Jay Chou song will be played randomly, and the song will be cut when getting in and out of the car.