Fans are still waiting to add the league play to the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, but Treyarch game designer Tony Flame is confident that it remains a "big priority" for competitors.
Leagues, first introduced in Black Ops II, are especially suited for players who want more competitive games with a more limited set of rules, including ranking systems and maps, modes, weapons, and attachments.
In the Call of Duty World League, competing play fans will naturally crave playlists because they follow the same set of rules as the set of rules that pros use.
League play was first announced at the public event in May 2018.
But they were waiting for a long time. The Black Ops 4 was released on October 12, and three months later, it still lacks a league play list.
It was first anticipated in 2019, anticipated in 2019, before the addition of league play, and shortened to January 2019 later. However, as of January 26, there is no league play yet.
Treyarch's Tony Flame (who came back shortly from the development studio) explains, "We're working to provide a positive competitive experience."
League play is a big priority for us. We are committed to doing our best and providing a solid competitive experience. We are listening on all channels and our team is working hard to provide a continuous league system and more information will arrive next week.
– Tony Flame (@ Tony _ Flame) January 26, 2019
Treyarch also commented on league play in the latest patch notes and said, "More information will come next week," he said.
In the past, the league play had a 'Ranking' game called 'Event' for 3 days a week and no 'Scream' game on the other day .
The player has not responded well to this plan, and changes to the league play are expected to include previous Call of Duty 24/7 playlists.