Call of Duty team eRa Eternity has backtracked on its decision to release veteran Jordan “ProoFy” Cannon following a season of roster changes.
The CoD icon was relieved of duty on Christmas Eve. eRa Eternity subsequently announced Embry “Bevils” Bevil as their new fourth the following day.
Bevils arrival saw the team jump from 33rd to within touching distance of the top 20 in the Call of Duty World League Pro Points standings. This is likely what forced eRa Eternity’s hand. ProoFy has amassed just 3,100 points so far this season. Bevils offered 9,000 points, amassed during his time with Enigma6 between October and December.
However, eRa has backtracked on its decision. The organisation announced on Saturday, 30 December that it had released its entire squad, including the newly signed Bevils. Brian “PRPLXD” Ladd, Kenneth “Dedo” Dedo and Patrick “Rallied” Salata were also given their marching orders.
eRa has since resigned ProoFy. However, he remains the only player currently on their roster ahead of Sunday’s WWII 2K Series tournament.
The Call of Duty team has yet to announce its future plans for its WWII team. Whether they will resign more former players or build the squad from scratch around ProoFy remains a mystery.
However, veteran player PRPLXD won’t be part of their plans regardless. The former Zodiac player announced his retirement from competitive CoD shortly after he was dropped by eRa.
ProoFy at centre of eRa Eternity’s ever-changing roster
This isn’t the first time that the organisation has shaken up its roster since the WWII season got underway.
They started the campaign with an experienced side made up of Dedo, Rallied, Damod “FEARS” Abney and Colt “Havok” McLendon.
However, a poor start saw FEARS dropped to make space for ProoFy.
The organisation then released Havok in early December to make way for PRPLXD, shortly before the ProoFy saga unfolded.
With the CWL New Orleans fast approaching, eRa Eternity now face the tough task of rebuilding the team from the ground up.