Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 players call for better leaderboards after API change kills third-party stat tracking site

March 8, 2019
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There’s rumblings in the Call of Duty community again – this time relating to a controversial API change that threatens to put an end to third-party stat tracking websites.

Tracker Network’s Call of Duty website had displayed a raft of key information for players, including global leaderboards, but a recent API change meant it stopped updating with player stats. At the time of publication, it’s still down for business – with no comment from Activision or Black Ops developer Treyarch (we’ve asked).

The development hasn’t gone down well with players, and one glance at Black Ops 4’s in-game leaderboards will tell you why. The barebones offering lets you compare your stats against what’s called a “Players List”. This includes friends and recent players only. There is no global leaderboard for Black Ops 4.

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