Multiplayer for Call Of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War, has been revealed. As described in the trailer’s description, Black Ops: Cold War will feature “a fully-connected Multiplayer experience with cross-play, cross-gen, and cross-progression support for the entire community.”
As revealed during the multiplayer live-stream event, key players within the Treyarch development team provided details into a range of Deniable Operations for Black Ops: Cold War, which brings together “the game’s globe-trotting and immersive universe to a global stage.”
The maps span the entire globe, from the frozen wilderness of Uzbekistan, (Map name: Crossroads), the deserts of Angola, (Satellite), the art-deco style South Beach streets, (Miami), to the North Atlantic, (Armada), and a mission deep within the U.S.S.R, (Moscow).
In Armada, players are tasked with retrieving a prototype nuclear submarine, Crossroads involves a military convoy, mobile ICBM launchers, and the collection of top-secret intel from the convoy and supplies for future missions, while Miami challenges players to eliminate DGI forces hired by Perseus to orchestrate a prison break.
Moscow focuses on a CIA safe house in the heart of the U.S.S.R, and last but not least, a downed satellite in the middle of the Angolan desert contains sensitive intel, and as such becomes a target. NATO’s M16 Squadron are sent in protect it for enemy forces.
Black Ops: Cold War welcomes back core modes including Team Deathmatch, Search & Destroy, Domination, and Kill Confirmed. New modes include VIP Escort, (6v6), Combined Arms, (12v12), and Fireteam, (40-player). Better yet, Control, (last seen in Black Ops 4), makes a return.
Read the official Playstation Blog post for more information. Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is due for release on November 13, 2020. Black Ops Cold War is set in 1981 and features iconic characters, including Woods and Mason. Black Ops Cold War serves as a direct sequel to 2010’s Black Ops but fills the gaps between the first and second games.