H3CZ Wants CDL Teams To Create Their Own Camos

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The Call of Duty League (CDL) cosmetic items in Vanguard have received a mixed reception from fans looking to support their favourite franchises. Ranging from the purple of the Los Angeles Guerrillas to the red, white, and blue of the London Royal Ravens, there are plenty of unique colour combinations.

Despite the variety, many are unhappy with the universal design each of the 12 camouflages contains. As Season 2.5 approaches, some are hoping for some kind of improvements for future releases following Sledgehammer Games branding the OpTic Texas camo incorrectly.

In a bid to improve designs, OpTic owner Hector 'H3CZ' Rodriguez has called on Activision to allow teams to create their own cosmetic designs.

H3CZ Call of Duty League Camo
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H3CZ CDL Camo Designs

In a recent edition of the OpTic podcast, H3CZ expressed his frustration at the unoriginal camo design for all 12 teams calling out Activision on how "they're not gonna try."

"If Activision gave us the template to do it, we're doing them a favour," claimed the owner of the Green Wall.

The outcry of frustration comes after all of the teams part of the Halo Championship Series (HCS) partnership programme could create a Spartan skin and weapon camouflage of their own, adding some form of variety rather than a copy of the same design with different colours.

"Thank you for buying the skins," added H3CZ. "You're not buying them because they're cool. You're buying them because you're supporting a bigger picture."

Will CDL Teams Design Camos?

Considering there are cosmetic items for all 12 CDL teams already out in the open, the likelihood of new designs appearing before the end of the Vanguard season is slim.

Perhaps H3CZ' latest plea will force Activision to think differently ahead of the launch of Modern Warfare 2.

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