In 2023, Modern Warfare 2 will introduce a ranked mode
Meanwhile, the competitive modes of Vanguard and Cold War are being phased out.
Call of Duty Vanguard and Cold War’s ranked modes are being retired since Modern Warfare 2 will have its own ranked mode in 2023, according to a statement from Treyarch and Infinity Ward.
Players have until November 22 to claim any incentives for both games as league play for Cold War and ranked play for Vanguard come to an end this month. Treyarch acknowledged in a tweet that “the success of these modes has directly contributed to the development of Ranked Play,” and it expressed gratitude for all the information, comments, and game time that were gathered over the previous two years. We anticipate sharing more shortly!
With Modern Warfare 2’s ranked mode, Treyarch and Infinity Ward are promising a plethora of features, including competitive modes and rewards, ranked skill divisions, visible skill ratings, and a top 250 leaderboard. Right now, we only have the hazy 2023 window to go by, but I think we should expect it quite early in the new year.
The two creators also announced that a CDL Moshpit multiplayer playlist would debut on November 16 in conjunction with the start of season 1. There is currently no information regarding what game types or maps the playlist will include; these specifics will be made public “closer to the debut.” However, there is typically a nice assortment of game types, such as classic Call of Duty games like team deathmatch, Domination, and Kill Confirmed. Season 1 is already looking to be a strong one when you consider that tough mode will also be available on November 16.