2021’s ‘Call of Duty’ may not have a multiplayer mode at all

A recent rumor has sparked doubts among the fans regarding 2021’s Call of Duty because it may not have a multiplayer mode of its own.

Apart from an official announcement of Call of Duty 2021’s arrival later this year, there’s been not much about it so far. But new speculation hints at a possibility that it won’t have its multiplayer option.

‘Call of Duty’ 2021 details so far

An industry insider recently came up with information about the upcoming action adventure from Activision.

According to him, in his latest video, Jeff Grubb said that this year’s Call of Duty might not have its multiplayer mode.

The next installment will be a follow-up to 2020’s Black Ops Cold War. It will also combine itself with the now popular free-to-play Warzone game.

While it’s expected to bring an entire single-player campaign, the chances of a multiplayer look uncertain, that’s according to Jeff Grubb.

He revealed that the future title is going through a problem when it comes to its MP segment.

In his latest YouTube video, Grubb said that the game has so far faced lots of troubles with its development already.

Furthermore, he added that a remaster of Modern Warfare 2‘s multiplayer may arrive as a substitute in the new entry.

As per Grubb, the remaster will likely replace the multiplayer mode in 2021’s Call of Duty. And that it will happen for the first time in the series history.

Interestingly, however, Modern Warfare 2‘s campaign was also remastered as a DLC for 2019’s reboot.

Only one thing is confirmed that Sledgehammer is leading the charge of the next installment.

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More video games coming soon

Meanwhile, there are multiple other heavyweights as well, scheduled to arrive this year.

When it comes to the most-awaited potential blockbusters, then there is Far Cry 6 and Halo Infinite.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition, God of War: Ragnarok, STALKER 2, and Horizon Forbidden West are also highly anticipated.

But that’s not it!

The vast line-up extends further with Dying Light 2, Deathloop, Stray, GhostWire: Tokyo, and New World.

Back 4 Blood, No More Heroes 3, Humankind, Biomutant, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, and Psychonauts 2 are other crucial launches.

Several recently announced projects making their debuts soon are The Day Before, Etched Memories, and Glitchpunk.

Coming back to Call of Duty 2021, again, it’s still in a development phase.

What do you think about all the major games arriving later this year? Are you excited and hyped?

Drop your reactions and any other thought you have on our social media handle on Twitter at @MICKYNewsOz.


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