Black Ops Cold War Gets Major Playlist Update on January 28

Published 01/29/2021, 5:20 AM EST


Keeping the dynamic run for Black Ops Cold War going, Treyarch just released another playlist update. It is one of the amazing features of all Call of Duty games. These playlist updates come with new and interesting game modes to keep the games from getting boring.

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Black Ops Cold War Season One Reloaded promised a lot of new multiplayer modes. It took Treyarch merely a fortnight to deliver on its promise. Starting January 28, 7 different multiplayer modes went live. While the playlist update introduced various new modes, it also brought back some fan-favorite modes.

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Prop Hunt and Gunfight return as players get to experience Sanatorium 24/7 and Snipers Only Moshpit as well. Treyarch made sure it doesn’t leave behind the Nuketown 24/7, Faceoff, and Raid + Crossroads Strike 24/7 modes with the update.

Firebase Z is just a few days away from Black Ops Cold War

Inspired by the classic Call of Duty map Summit, Firebase Z is set in Vietnam. It will be the first in the series of four DLC maps for Black Ops Cold War Zombies. The studio recently released a teaser trailer for the upcoming DLC. While the teaser was not so long, it still had many hints for the fans to go on.

The storyline for this DLC update follows the rescue of popular character Samantha Maxis. Treyarch had a field day across social media dropping hints teasing the upcoming update.

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The upcoming week for Black Ops Cold War is full of interesting content. A fresh set of MP playlists and a whole new Zombies DLC map will keep players busy. Moreover, the next season of Cold War isn’t too far away either.

There is a high possibility that Season Two will arrive as soon as the current Battle Pass ends. The leaves only a few weeks till the next major update and once again, a Pandora’s Box of content. It seems like Treyarch doesn’t want players to catch a breath. It might also be a way for Activision to compensate for Warzone’s decline.

Whatever the reason is, Cold War players are in for a treat as Treyarch cranks up entertainment to 10.

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Shwetang Parthsarthy is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. His love for arguments and games has led him down two paths: being a law student and writing about the world of gaming since 2017. What started as a teenage hobby in the relatively small mobile gaming world with FPS games like Critical Ops and Call of Duty: Mobile, has grown into a professional pursuit with EssentiallySports.

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