Treyarch also has an update for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone ready for this week – two smaller patches went live last weekend. The patch notes with all changes and innovations for the upcoming update are not yet available. However, the developers are giving a first preview in a recent blog entry. One of the highlights is the Valentine's Day event, Kiss Confirmed, which will go live in Black Ops Cold War between February 11 and 18. In this special version of Kill Confirmed, you collect candy hearts after you put down a kill. "Get ready to steal the hearts of your opponents – or to save that of a teammate," writes Treyarch in the announcement.
In addition, the developers have announced another Double XP weekend for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (buy now € 53.99 ) and Warzone. From February 12th to 15th you will receive double experience points in both first person shooters. In addition, the Battle Pass ranks are on offer for 100 points – a saving of 50 COD points. This week still active in Black Ops Cold War: the endurance mode designed for 40 players. The point limit was raised from 500 to 1,000.
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New bundles are waiting for you in the in-game shop. For the Lunar New Year there is, for example, the Tracer Pack: Year of the Ox bundle with new legendary weapon blueprints. The Top Secret Admirer Package is available for Valentine's Day, including the legendary Combat Cupid gun blueprint. The new information comes from Call of Duty website.
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