Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War is one of the most fan-favorite game mode options within the game. With the launch of every new Call of Duty title comes a secret hope that Zombies mode will see another fresh update. Although Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War made some huge changes to the game mode, the development team is offering a new event that will be a first for the series.
There are a dozen secrets hidden within the Dark Aether plot. After Call of Duty developer Treyarch wrapped the main Aether story, this revival of the undead has a new and more destructive source. Now, for the first time in the game’s history, the developers are allowing a free limited-time access week for any fan interested in discovering the truth to the Dark Aether experience.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) January 11, 2021
Briefly, after the debut of a brand new Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Zombies game mode, Cranked, comes an opportunity for fans to experience the undead for free. The free time-limited free access week will include a chance to engage in the complete Zombies experience, allowing players the time to take on Die Maschine and delve into the World War 2-era laboratory.
It is worth noting that any player on the PlayStation will have access to the PlayStation exclusive game mode Onslaught, which pits two players in an extreme Zombies shooting experience. Bring a strong loadout into the battle, and attempt to survive progressively hostile waves of zombies across rotating safe zones. Free access is set to start on January 14 and end on January 21, 2021.
For most Zombies mode fans, the game mode holds as the main reason to buy the game. The developer has introduced a consistently evolving game experience that appears to only build upon the original Zombies foundations set a few games ago. As Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War fans explore further into the Dark Aether, there are years of history set aside to bolster the fresh start to a legendary narrative.
It is also worth noting that players who have progressed guns in both Call of Duty Warzone and Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War will see their progress be carried over. Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War integrated all the progress tracks during the introductory integration allowing blueprints, player levels, and weapon levels to show in both games and Zombies mode.
Upcoming fans should see their favorite blueprints readily available for their engagement into a zombie shooter experience. The progression of players during the entire event will also be added to Call of Duty Warzone Season 1’s progress.
Players will ultimately level their battle pass against never-ending waves of zombies and watch their tiers rise with free XP boosts and other perks for the season.