Without a doubt, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is one of the most anticipated titles of the year, especially for fans who have been behind the franchise and this series in particular.
And, although it is not yet officially presented or is available on the market, we already have a few details that give us light on what will happen with this next installment that houses great news in terms of gameplay, weapons and many other aspects that any lover of shooter could appreciate.
Therefore, and so that it is not easy for you, in this list, we show you the most important details that we already know so far.
Las armas confirmadas para Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
A few days after the modality was officially presented multiplayer, there was an event for influencers and content creators, who decided to avoid confidentiality agreements by filtering a gameplay in which we not only have details about its gameplay and setting, but it has also been possible to confirm some of the weapons that will be part of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
We show you the list below:
- Stoner 63
- Remington 700
- Commando (XM4)
- Type 63
If you’re really a fan of the series, you’re probably familiar with a lot of them, so the gameplay won’t change dramatically.
Something that has never been seen before and that of course we must highlight, is the fact that Cold War it will be a multigenerational game. What does this mean? That the players of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 can play with those of PS5 and Xbox Series X.
What the developers want with this is that, for this next Call of Duty, there is a massive platform of online services to be able to unite all the fans of the franchise regardless of whether they have old or new generation consoles.
This level of interconnectivity represents a breakthrough for maximum cohesion within the video game industry.
Set in the Cold War
This game, developed by Treyarch and Raven, will be set in the Cold War, a period between 1947 and 1991 and will be a direct sequel toCall of Duty: Black Ops.
In fact, this Cold War recovers some characters from the first installment of the saga, such as Frank Woods, Alex Mason and Jason Hudson.
Among other details, it should be clarified that the game will have a campaign mode in which you can go through scenarios in East Berlin, Vietnam and Turkey, as well as the headquarters of the Soviet Union.
The new game in the series Black Ops will be launched in parallel to Battle Royale free, Warzone. In fact, Activision has suggested that there will be content shared between both games and both are expected to feature a zombie invasion.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has already been classified within the system ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board) and that has allowed us to know some extra details about the nature of the game such as that it will be very violent or that it will have adult content.
In this international system, the game has been rated with an M and that means the game will feature a lot of explicit blood and gore, references to drugs, extreme violence, strong language and suggestive themes.
To give you an example, during a mission in the Red Light District, you can read XXX signs and small flyers with women in lingerie, in addition to accessing drug warehouses in which piles of white powder are seen and offensive language is the order of the day.
So if you thought you could gift this game to your kid, it’s probably not the best thing to do.
September 9 has been one of the most anticipated to learn more details about the modality of multiplayer, but some “smartass” who had the opportunity to play it before anyone else, decided to filter a gameplay in which we have more clarity about how it would be.
In this reveal, the video map is set in a night Miami and previous leaks had already anticipated that the city of Florida would have its own multiplayer scenario.
In addition, it is possible to observe two factions, the CIA of the United States and the DGI of Cuba, taking into account that this title again explores the conflict of the Cold War during the 80s.
In terms of gameplay, it seems that the movements of the characters are similar to those of Modern Warfare and five slots are offered to customize weapons. Among other aspects, it shows the life bar of the opponents and a compass inherited from Call of Duty: Warzone.
We will only be able to know absolutely everything in detail when we have it in our hands and, fortunately, it will not be long for it, since it will land on November 13 to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.