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Clayster agrees to extension with eUnited

Published: 20/Oct/2018 22:59 Updated: 7/Nov/2018 14:28

by Vincent Genova


eUnited AR player James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks has agreed to a contract extension to remain with the team until 2020.

“Happy to announce I’ve extended my contract with eUnited through 2020. Proud to be on an org that supports me the way I support them, here’s to many championships,” Clayster said in a tweet announcing the extension.

Clayster is one of the biggest personalities in Call of Duty esports and has played a role in the increasing popularity of the eUnited organization.

eUnited was a model of consistency in World War 2, placing top 6 in each of the first three majors of the year, followed by top 4 finishes at the CWL Stage 2 Playoffs and the Call of Duty Championship.

Clayster joined eUnited in June of 2017 in a swap that sent Gunless over to FaZe Clan.

The extension of Clayster is the latest in a series of roster moves from the organization, which also signed Call of Duty veteran Jkap and rising prospect aBeZy to go with the brother duo of Arcitys and Prestinni.

Jkap and Clayster last teamed together during the Advanced Warfare season, where they won the Call of Duty Championship under Denial Esports.

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Call of Duty 2021 leaks hint at new Modern Warfare follow up

Published: 30/Oct/2020 6:04

by Brad Norton


Before Black Ops Cold War arrives, we may already have our first hint of next year’s Call of Duty setting as a prominent leaker has teased a new Modern Warfare sequel.

While the Call of Duty franchise has 17 mainline entries covering a wide array of timelines, two names stand out as the most iconic. Both the Black Ops series and the Modern Warfare series have seen the most iterations over the years. 

Treyarch has already released four titles in the Black Ops series with Cold War just weeks away. Meanwhile, Infinity Ward has four entries in the Modern Warfare series, the original trilogy along with 2019’s reboot. Now, it seems as though a fifth could also be on the way with Infinity Ward at the helm.

Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software will reportedly be taking a back seat. Instead of the typical three-year development cycle, Infinity Ward has just two-years to work with. We’re still 12 months off from 2021’s mystery release, but we may already have our first details on next year’s title. 

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Could Price’s story continue in 2021’s Call of Duty?

“It’s looking like CoD for 2021 is another Modern Warfare title of some kind,” prominent leaker Tom Henderson revealed. Not a whole lot is known beyond that key detail, though the setting for the next release appears to be locked in. 

“Understandably not a lot of information as of yet, but it’s a modern-day setting,” he confirmed. Given Modern Warfare’s hard reboot with 2019’s release, could a new sequel be the next step? This would essentially bypass the original Modern Warfare 2 from 2009 if Activision opts for another identical title.

To avoid even more confusion, there’s a good chance the name is a little different, similar to how Black Ops added Cold War to the title for 2020’s drop, despite it being a direct follow up to Black Ops 1. So expect to see Modern Warfare: ‘something something’ as the likely 2021 title.

This could see a direct continuation from where 2019’s game left off. John Price is looking to assemble a team of classic characters to put a stop to Russian terrorist Victor Zakhaev. If Warzone’s ongoing storyline doesn’t beat the single-player campaign to the punch, this could be our objective in 2021’s release.

While this aspect is purely speculation, the leaker also considered the original Modern Warfare 2 being bundled in. No different from how Infinity Warfare launched with Modern Warfare remastered in 2016.

We’re still months away from any official information on the 2021 title, so take this with a grain of salt for now. Black Ops Cold War is the focus for Activision. Anything regarding next year’s game will be kept under wraps for quite some time yet.