Call of Duty 2021 is reportedly bringing back a controversial feature that was first introduced, in its current form, with the 2019 century Modern warfare and continued with the 2020s Black Ops Cold War and War zone. No matter what modern COD you play, there is no escape skill-based matchmaking, often referred to as SBMM. As the name suggests, skill-based matchmaking matches players with other players with similar skills. The implementation of the feature has been good for newcomers and casual gamers, but it has also proven to be the most controversial and divisive series has made since it first introduced microtransactions.
Right now, Activision has not said much about Call of Duty 2021
Henderson does not say much else about SBMM in Call of Duty 2021, nor does he share anything new about the game. That said, a new report appeared this week with words about the game’s title, setting and more.
When we talk about this report, which claims that the game will take place in another world war that does not end, is when Henderson reveals the information above, and seems to possibly suggest that the game will be far from a regular WW2 shooter, although it is unclear whether this proposal is speculation based on the said report or based on what he has heard.
Either way, take all this information with a grain of salt. Henderson is a good and reliable source when it comes to Duty calls, but that does not change the fact that everything here is unofficial, and more importantly, can be changed.
Call of Duty 2021, as the name suggests, is set to release sometime this year, probably via PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PC. For more coverage on the upcoming first-person shooter, War zone, Modern warfare, Black Ops Cold War, COD Mobileand all things Duty calls, click here or check out some of the relevant links listed below: