Season 5 of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has been one of the best, and it appears like the second half of the season will keep gamers interested. According to the newest Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War roadmap from Treyarch, the midseason update will include both Zombies and multiplayer features.
Treyarch is giving a lot more material for the open-world experience in Outbreak, which is great news for fans. Another area is being added, with people migrating from multiplayer to Armada. With the addition of the Black Chest, there will be a new global event as well. While Treyarch keeps this update a mystery until September 9, when gamers can see it for themselves, it sounds intriguing.
For PlayStation gamers, there will be more Zombies information to gather, as well as more Zombies Onslaught content, as well as an exciting new mode and mechanism. Outbreak Survival, the game option, will have players spawning with only a field upgrade and the 1911.
As they hunt for better firearms, their HUD will be restricted, and food will be needed to replenish their health. The Rampage Inducer is the name of the new mechanism, which is connected to round-based maps. Players may boost the complexity of the game right from the spawn chamber, making Zombies sprinters in the first round.
Multiplayer enthusiasts will have access to the Zoo map in addition to the Numbers event. Demolition is also finally being introduced, despite the traditional mode having been desired for quite some time.
The Sai melee weapon will be a unique prize for completing challenges in the Numbers event, and Jason Hudson will join the Operator lineup. New calling cards and a unique Sniper blueprint will be added to the Prestige Shop.
Finally, the Season 5 Reloaded roadmap indicates that Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will receive additional packages. The Judge Dredd package has been announced, however, he will be a skin for Beck rather than a fully spoken character, unlike the Rambo and John McClane Operators.
A interesting version sees a black and white, cel-shaded form of Dredd accessible with various weapon designs, with the aesthetic mirroring the comic books he initially debuted in. Other bundles will be released as well, including a special Oktoberfest bundle that allows gamers to earn COD Points by completing unique challenges.
In general, the second part of the season appears to be promising for both multiplayer and zombies enthusiasts. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War gamers will soon be searching down food in Zombies and blowing out bomb locations in multiplayer as September 9 approaches.