"The biggest Black Ops year begins," promise Activision and Treyarch in a recent Twitter post. Even after the release, the new first person shooter will be continuously expanded with new updates and content. The roadmap for Season 1 is now available. As the developers confirm, the start of the first season is planned for December 10th. Fans can then look forward to the integration of Call of Duty: Warzone. Activision had already announced a few days ago that the Battle Royale shooter will be woven in with Season 1 at Black Ops Cold War. It remains to be seen what changes Warzone will receive for the new first person shooter – and whether the rumors about a new map will be confirmed.
One thing is certain: In Call of Duty: Warzone, you can now choose to use the loadouts from Modern Warfare or Black Ops Cold War. The progression system is based on that of Modern Warfare. For the start of Season 1 in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, the developers also promise more multiplayer maps and modes. In addition, Gunfight 2vs2 returns to the first person shooter. Additional weapons and new zombies modes are also in prospect.
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Solid details about the individual content in the Season 1 update of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War should be submitted shortly. Even before the start, fans can expect the return of a favorite map: As the developers confirm, the Nuketown '84 map for Black Ops Cold War will be available from November 24th – around two weeks after the first-person shooter was released. The new Call of Duty will be released on November 13th on PC and consoles. (buy now € 53.99 )
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