The scoring system for Gridiron in Call of Duty: WWII might closely resemble American football
Many Call of Duty fans are excited about Gridiron—the new boots-on-the-ground version of Uplink coming in WWII. And it now appears that some information has been revealed about the game mode's scoring system.
Reddit user BigshotWrinkles posted screenshots of every game mode in the franchise's new title to the WWII subreddit. And a screenshot of Gridiron in the multiplayer menu showed some of the game mode's rules.
It appears that the point system for Gridiron will be different from Uplink—and will closely resemble the way points are scored in American football.
In Uplink, a player was awarded one point for throwing the drone into the portal, and two points for carrying or dunking the drone into the portal. In Gridiron, however, it appears that players will get seven points for a carry or dunk, and three points for a throw—similar to the points awarded for a touchdown and field goal in American football.
If this is the official point system of Gridiron, Call of Duty players will have to get adjusted to the new rules. We'll know for sure if these are the official rules of Gridiron when Call of Duty: WWII is released on Nov. 3.