Mark ‘MarkyB’ Bryceland has shared a list of things that he would like to see in competitive Call of Duty for the 2018-19 season.
With the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 set for October 12, and the WWII season now over and done with, the Splyce coach has his sights set on the future.
Taking to Twitter, MarkyB started by saying that he wants to see a U-turn on the coaching rules which would allow him and other coaches to communicate with their players in-game.
He also wants to see more international events, specifically in Australia. The only major event outside of North America during the WWII season was CWL Birmingham, and the Infinite Warfare season told a similar story with CWL Paris being the only one.
Thing's I'd like to see for the 2018/2019 BO4 season
- Coaches allowed back in-game
- More International events - including Australia
- Continued improvement of the National Circuit/Amateur scene
- More of the same from MLG(2018 was fantastic)
- Improvement of Esports features
— Mark Bryceland (@MarkyB) August 21, 2018
The Scottish star would also like to see further development of the CWL National Circuit. MarkyB spent some time playing in the leagues below the CWL Pro League during the WWII season and is sure to have some suggestions for how they can be improved.
Finally, the Splyce man says that he would like to see “more of the same” from MLG, noting that their running of the 2018 season was “fantastic”, and more improvements “esports features”, presumably in-game as part of Black Ops 4.
Given Treyarch’s track record, many competitive Call of Duty fans and players are expecting the Black Ops 4 season to be a good one.
MarkyB decided to step away from competing in May and quickly took up a new role as the coach of Splyce. It is currently unknown whether he will continue in that role or return as a player for the Black Ops 4 season.