One of Vonderhaar's responses can be found below, while the rest of the thread can be found by clicking on the Tweet.
Based on today's thread it sounds like WW2 has the fan-favorite system? Not BO2. I am not religious about any specific game system. Grateful for all the inputs. Could do without the name-calling. That's demotivating to people who otherwise want to help move this forward.— Vahn (@DavidVonderhaar) February 9, 2021
kill Divisions in League Play are supposed to breakdown as follows: Competitor (50% of players), Advanced (top 50%), Expert (top 30%), Elite (top 15%), and Master (top 2%). If what these players are saying is true, clearly something isn't working the way that it's supposed to. Vonderhaar and Treyarch are now aware of these issues and some adjustments might happen as a result.
It will be interesting to see whether or not fans become a bit more open to this season of League Play as things progress. While lots of Call of Duty fans have preferred systems for League Play, Vonderhaar isn't "religious about any specific game system." Instead, Treyarch is simply trying to provide the best possible option for players old and new. Sometimes it takes time for players to adjust to a new format. Perhaps that will prove the case for this season!
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.
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