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Rebooting the mp now when it's on a 3 year dev cycle?


Nah, not buying it.



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Makes sense. Hardly anyone plays campaign anymore.



Snoopy said:
Makes sense. Hardly anyone plays campaign anymore.

For WW2 50.4% started the campaign and 22.3% beat the campaign.



jason1637 said:
Snoopy said:
Makes sense. Hardly anyone plays campaign anymore.

For WW2 50.4% started the campaign and 22.3% beat the campaign.

Not good numbers at all



Snoopy said:
jason1637 said:

For WW2 50.4% started the campaign and 22.3% beat the campaign.

Not good numbers at all

Thats stll quite a bit of players that enjoy or play the campaign. The majority kf CoD players play the campaign. 



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jason1637 said:
Snoopy said:

Not good numbers at all

Thats stll quite a bit of players that enjoy or play the campaign. The majority kf CoD players play the campaign. 

1. Pressing the start button hardly counts as playing

2. 22% of those players who finished the game probably did it for achievements, but still play cod online mostly.

3. Cost of making COD campaign probably cost way too much money and not many people even finished it.



JEMC said:
So first the f*ck the single-player part of it and now they also screw the multi? If true, it will be fun to see how this year's edition performs at retail .

My thoughts exactly.

With Battle Royale, changed mechanics in Multiplayer and no singleplayer, this would be a radical change to the formula. I don't play CoD but I'm interested how all these changes will play out for them.



One would think, after doing it a million times, they'd have it down by now.



Copy+Paste too hard, mkay



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Snoopy said:
jason1637 said:

For WW2 50.4% started the campaign and 22.3% beat the campaign.

Not good numbers at all

If atleast half of your user base puts it to use, thats still alot of people to screw over with removeing it.