Home • Esports • PC Game News • Call of Duty • 28 Philippa Warr Contributor 11th August 2015 / 1:00PM Massively jetlagged as I am, I decided to ease back into the post-International real world by catching up with Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 [official site] announcements from Gamescom. Either I am stuck in a MOBA fever dream or Blops 3 really is introducing a protect and ban phase to competitive play. Tell you what. I’m going to cover it as if it’s real and then you can just let me know (gently) whether it’s all just a big hallucination. I’m also going to put a wodge of new screenshots in. So, possibly-hallucination-David-Vonderhaar was talking about the protects and bans system during the eSports reveal live stream and said “There’s no doubt that this is the most significant change to how Call of Duty esports will be played over the coming years.” The stream involved a lot of hyperbole and cliché but I am inclined to agree on this point. The idea is that you get to choose which pieces of content to ban from play and which to protect from being banned. In a shooter or in… Read full this story
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