For Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War a new update is available. In a current blog entry, Treyarch provides the patch notes – and thus details of the changes and innovations. One of the highlights is a new screen with the patch notes: From now on you can use the "Message of the day" in the game to find out about the changes in individual updates. In the course of St. Patrick's Day, a new multiplayer mode will also go live: Until March 18th, you can let off steam in St. Patrick's Stockpile. In this game variant you have to pick up the shamrocks of the shot opponents and bring them to a "Pot o 'Gold" in order to collect points for your team. The team that scores the most points in the end wins the match. Note that if you die a screen death, you will lose your entire shamrock supply.

In the patch notes for the new Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War update (buy now € 53.99 ) The developers also announce that they have temporarily disabled Prop Hunt. The prop selection for available maps is to be updated, while two more maps will be added in the course of the current season: Satellite and Miami Strike.

In addition, Face Off and Gunfight Blueprints are returning to the featured playlists this week. Individual bug fixes and optimizations are also pending with the update. Small adjustments are made to League Play and Zombies. The e-tool is also new: you can get the weapon either via an in-game challenge or as a bundle in the shop. All details about the new patch notes can be found on the Treyarch website. We have included the current playlists below.

Current playlist multiplayer mode

  • St. Patrick's Stockpile (New)
  • Gun Game
  • Nuketown 24/7
  • Snipers Only Moshpit
  • Gunfight Blueprints
  • Face off

Zombies playlist

  • Outbreak
  • Firebase Z
  • The machine
  • Dead Ops Arcade: First Person
  • Dead Ops Arcade
  • Onslaught (PS4 / PS5)
  • Onslaught Nuketown (PS4 / PS5)
  • Onslaught Apocalypse (PS4 / PS5)

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: Trailer with a preview of the new Season 2 content

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