The Most Wanted esports organization has finalized their European roster for the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII competitive season.
Set to release in early November, Call of Duty: WWII will return to 'boots on the ground' combat following three years of 'advanced movement' mechanics, which has generated massive amounts of excitement among the community.
However, with the Infinite Warfare season coming to a close in August, the 'offseason' has seen a variety of high-profile team changes in preparation for the upcoming season known as 'rostermania.'
Originally entering the CoD scene back during the Ghosts professional season, Most Wanted has been in and out of the community with a wide variety of different rosters throughout the years.
While it was previously announced that the organization brought on Frank ‘Verdict’ O’Sullivan and Laurens ‘Subsist’ Schuurmans, it was revealed on October 12th that EmigrantChain and Creza will round-out the roster for the upcoming CoD: WWII season.
The two new players both come from an extensive background in the European Search and Destroy community, and will look to mold their respawn skills alongside Verdict and Subsist in the 'boots on the ground' environment.
Call of Duty: WWII is slated to launch worldwide on November 3rd for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms.
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- Frank ‘Verdict’ O’Sullivan
- Laurens ‘Subsist’ Schuurmans