Call of Duty Zombies players are pondering whether maps work better as Free to Play, or as Paid DLC, what do you think?
Recently, the topic of Call of Duty Zombies maps has been brought to players’ attention. For example, Black Ops Cold War Season 6 is bringing back a familiar location for its next Zombies map.
On top of this, Vanguard’s first Zombies map will be ‘Ritual of the Dead’. Despite there being a variety of different maps, the question of their quality and consistency has been highlighted by fans.
Furthermore, it could be argued that using in-game campaign locations lacks proper imagination and creative direction.
Although Outbreak Mode was a refreshing change of pace for Call of Duty Zombies, much of the content still involved re-used assets.
Now, players are considering whether switching Call of Duty Zombies over to a Paid DLC business model may improve the quality of maps on offer.
However, with paid DLC and microtransactions being such a divisive topic, perhaps COD Zombies is best left as it is?
Should COD Zombies Maps Be Free-to-Play or Paid?
The question as to whether ‘price equals quality’ has been raised with regards to Call of Duty Zombies, here’s what fans are saying.
Currently, Call of Duty players are discussing whether a change needs to be made in the ever-popular Zombies multiplayer game mode.
Call of Duty Zombies is a consistently successful franchise in and of itself. Despite this, there are some criticisms to be had with it.
For starters, sometimes the maps themselves can be completely broken, with hilarious glitches cropping up from time to time.
Similarly, in other instances, they can even ban players from playing the game!
And whilst Treyarch is working on Vanguard’s Zombies mode, they are also doing so at the expense of Cold War. It’s no surprise then that players are expecting to run into the same issues in Vanguard.
Therefore, many Reddit users believe that a return to Paid DLC, which we saw in the likes of Black Ops 2, is the way forward.
Alternatively, there are those that believe this will only make matters worse. By introducing monetary incentivization, there is no guarantee that the map quality will improve, especially considering COD’s yearly release schedule.
So, what do you think? Do you think Call of Duty Zombies should retain its current model? Or is time for a different way of doing things?