"Does this make for a paradigm shift for first-person shooters? No, but it's nothing short of spectacular nonetheless."
Still no word from Infinity Ward on them, however.
Killhouse is making a comeback.
Hours played were also confirmed to be seven times higher than the previous title.
Arcitys joins the team after being dropped by Chicago Huntsmen.
This is after both teams released players to adjust to the League's format change.
This follows after the announcement that the season would shift to a 4v4 format.
This follows after a disappointing run in the playoff phase last season.
Despite finishing in third last season, the team has made some cuts to its roster.
Accuracy, Temp, Censor, and Happy have all been cut from the team.
Will anybody be left standing by the time the 2021 season rolls around?
The team joins Minnesota Rokkr and Seattle Surge in making some serious revisions.
Sam "Octane" Larew is the only player remaining from the original 2020 season squad.
The team has undergone an entire shake up ahead of the 2021 Call of Duty League season.
The 26-year-old is presently the fifth-highest earning Call of Duty player.
Sadly, the 28-year-old was the first player to be cut following format changes announced for the next CDL season.