Fans are still waiting for the League to be added to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, but Treyarch Treyarch's designer Tony Fleam has assured the competitive players that he remains a "huge priority."
The Play League, first introduced in Black Ops II, is special for players who want a more competitive experience with a ranking system and a more limited set of cards, modes, weapons, attachments, and more.
He follows the same set of rules that professional players will use in Call of Duty World League, so fans of competing play are understandably impatient for this playlist.
League The game was announced for the first time at the event in May 2018.
But they wait for a long time. Black Ops 4, launched on October 12 and now more than three months later, has no Play Play playlist yet.
Initially expected before 2019, it was later revealed that it would be "the beginning of 2019" before the League was added, and this was later shortened to January 2019 – but since January 26 there is still no League.
Treyarch's Tony Flame, who has just returned from development studio time, has calmed the rival Twitter fans, explaining that they are working to "achieve a definitive competitive experience."
The League game is a huge priority for us. We want to achieve our best and achieve a final competitive experience. Know that we are listening to ALL channels, the team is working hard to provide a lasting system for the League, and the next week has more information.
– Tony Flame (@Tony_Flame) January 26, 2019
Trejah also turned to the League Game in his latest remarks, saying that more information would come "next week" and also that they had drastically changed their plans for the regime since the first announcement.
Previously, they stated that the League would have only "ranked" matches on three days a week called "events", and the other days simply did not have a "match".
Players did not respond well to these plans, so we hope that League Play changes include a 24/7 ranked playlist, as in previous Call of Duty.