Nebauer wroteI don't know what made me think about this but does anyone else miss the feeling of coming home from school and getting online to party up with all your friends to play xbox and play until you fell asleep ? Seems like such a long time ago. Pretty much everyone i know from that era of "cod" has moved on and grown up, out of school and doing there own thing.I only ever turn on my Xbox to watch Netflix now. Man the things I would do to get that feeling back just one more time... anyone else miss these memories ?
TBH the main issue is that CoD is just not fun anymore it's just another game. The last time I can remember mass partying up was with BO2 when I look at my friends list not a single one is playing call of duty I remember at the midnight release of BO3 just how little of my friends were playing it and then IW release I had no one playing it at midnight the sparks gone.
I remember MW3 hitting over 1 million concurrent players online now newer cods fail to reach 100k concurrent take call of duty ghosts for an example the game always has less than 400 concurrent players.
The devs are now adding cases you buy to open to try and make the money up because activision has shareholders that want to see profits in their earnings calls.
The biggest factor in the downfall is not down to the studios its down to the pure greed of Activision milking it like a golden cow. The developers need more time to make the game better 2 years was not cutting it so they added a 3rd studio to give each studio an extra year the issue with this is that they no longer have their fingers on the pulse when CoD AW was released both BO3 and IW were set in stone I remember seeing some BO3 devs sucking YouTubers dicks dying for a good things to v
be said about the game because the community was asking for boots on the ground after AW and they knew BO3 would not offer it and nor would the game following it.
That right there is the problem they're out of touch with the community not because the studios don't give a shit but because they're rushed and made to work so far backwards in terms of trends that the outcome has been damaging the game since.
Call of Duty is going the way of Guitar hero and it's sad.