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FaZe Clan’s Attach rumored to have joined CWL Pro League team

Published: 24/Feb/2019 13:31 Updated: 24/Feb/2019 13:39

by Calum Patterson


Rumors are swirling around long time FaZe Clan Call of Duty pro Dillon ‘Attach‘ Price, as a number of hints suggest he has found a new team – in the CWL Pro League.

Attach, along with the rest of the (now former) FaZe Clan lineup, narrowly missed out on the 2019 CWL Pro League, after losing to French team, Overtime Esports (now Denial).

It meant that veteran pro players like Attach, Tommy ‘ZooMaa‘ Paparatto and James ‘Crowder‘ Crowder, would all be missing out on professional play in Black Ops 4 – at least under the FaZe banner.

Crowder moved to a coaching position with 100 Thieves, and Preston ‘Priestahh‘ Greiner joined alongside him in a playing role, while ZooMaa filled in for OpTic Gaming as Brandon ‘Dashy’ Otell was out due to VISA complications.

Attach meanwhile, was completely sidelined – but perhaps not for long. Rumors have spread suggesting that he has joined Evil Geniuses, possibly in place of Brice ‘Faccento‘ Faccento.

These rumors first stem from Attach being spotted in a scrim lobby with the EG lineup, while Faccento was conspicuously missing. 


Of course, this was far from concrete evidence, as Attach could have simply been filling in, so not everyone was convinced.

However, an updated roster for upcoming qualifiers for the 2019 Black Ops 4 World Gaming tournament, all but confirms that Attach is playing with the EG lineup – at least for this event. 

Thanks to @INTELCallofDuty for spotting this one.

Nothing is official yet, and roster changes for the CWL Pro League cannot be made (officially) until the roster lock is temporarily removed in March.

If Attach has in fact taken Faccento’s spot on the Evil Geniuses lineup, he will need to make an instant impact, as the team is currently wallowing in last place in Division A, with a 1-6 series record.

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When will Warzone solos return?

Published: 18/Jan/2021 11:53

by Connor Bennett


The normal BR Solos are not available in Warzone, with Buy Back Solos and Mini Royale Solos taking its place. When will the normal solo mode come back? Well, here’s what we know.

Ever since Warzone released back in March, a number of different modes have been added alongside the normal quads, trios, and duos modes.

You’ve had things like Juggernaut Royale, Buy Back Quads, and even Zombies Royale to celebrate the spooky Halloween period. However, some players just want the normal battle royale mode that they know and love to be available.

Currently, if you just want to play the normal BR mode – where you hop in, loot, use the gulag if you die, and try to be the last player standing – you can only do so in quads, trios, and duos. It’s not available for solos, and players are asking when it’ll be coming back.

Squad of Warzone characters standing together
Warzone is full of different modes, not just the normal BR formula.

When will BR Solos return to Warzone?

Well, the answer to that question is… it’s up to Raven Software and Activision. They make the call on when the playlists get updated and when things are rotated in and out.

Currently, solo players can only play Buy Back solos – which takes place in Verdansk – and Mini Royale Solos – which takes place on Rebirth Island. The latter of which was rumored to only be lasting until early January, but we’ve blown past that now.

The next big update that looks to be coming to Black Ops Cold War will drop on February 4 – bringing a new Zombies map with it. That could also see major changes come to Warzone, too. However, if enough players kick up a stink about BR solos still being missing, that could push the devs to change whatever plans they’ve got and bring it back sooner rather than later.

Warzone character running away from an explosion
Warzone’s solo mode has become incredibly popular since it was added.

Are Warzone solos gone for good?

Whenever something exits the playlist, some fans immediately ask if it’s been scrapped altogether. And no, that’s rarely ever the case.

While modes like Buy Back and Mini Royale add a nice change of pace, sometimes, you just have to stick with the classic battle royale formula. So, don’t worry too much about it possibly being removed forever. That’s really unlikely to be the case.

So, everything points to us seeing normal solos mode return in the near future, it’s just a matter of when Raven and Activision decide to flip the switch and bring it back.

If anything changes, we’ll keep this post updated so you’ll know when you’ll be getting your fix of normal Warzone solos next.