Treyarch plays a new update for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Meanwhile, the developers published the patch notes – and with it the list of changes and innovations. Especially in the multiplayer mode, the creators fix a display problem with the Quick Play tab, which in some cases overlapped with the lobby button. However, the focus of the update is on the playlists. In the multiplayer mode, the new Rapid Fire Moshpit is now online, which is primarily intended to ensure fast action.
You play on the small maps Apocalypse, Nuketown '84, Crossroads Strike, Raid, Express and Garrison in the game modes TDM, Domination, Kill Confirmed and Hardpoint. The special feature: The location of all players is permanently displayed on the minimap during the game. The ghost perks are now deactivated. In addition, the waiting time between matches should be shortened significantly. In addition to Raid Fire Moshpit, Gun Game, Nuketown 24/7 and Gunfight are currently live in multiplayer mode. You can find the current playlist below.
- Rapid Fire Moshpit
- Gun Game
- Apocalypse 24/7
- Nuketown 24/7
- Snipers Only Moshpit
- Prop Hunt
In Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War's Zombies mode (buy now € 53.99 ) in turn, with the update, the developers apply individual stability improvements for objectives and vehicles in Outbreak. Meanwhile, Dead Ops Arcade: First Person is new to the playlist, where you can experience the Dead Ops Arcade 3 experience in public lobbies. Together with three other players you fight in more than 60 rounds against hordes of zombies, find treasures and explore randomly generated dungeons.
- Dead Ops Arcade: First Person
- Firebase Z
- The machine
- Dead Ops Arcade
- Onslaught (PS4 / PS5)
- Onslaught Apocalypse (PS4 / PS5)
- Onslaught Nuketown (PS4 / PS5)
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