Call of Duty Blacks Ops Cold War Zombies is seeing major additions soon such as a few extra scorestreaks to use against the undead. The scorestreaks in question should appear familiar to fans of the multiplayer mode of Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, though, as these are a few of the more famous mid-tier scorestreaks.
While Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War’s buggy VTOL scorestreak is staying in the multiplayer, both Napalm Strike and the Artillery will be joining the fan-favorite zombie survival mode. Napalm Strikes will set zombies on fire, though it is unsure if the fiery carpet bomb will hurt players as well.
Artillery, on the other hand, will work just like in multiplayer and will allow players to drop three explosives in specific areas on the map – something that should prove useful and incredibly effective during exfils.
Both Napalm Strikes and Artillery will be accessible through the game mode’s crafting table. Similar to the recently added cruise missile, the scorestreaks should be effective, and they may come with the additional advantage of allowing players to go invulnerable while summoning them.
With the Chopper Gunner and Cruise Missile currently having this advantageous feature, allowing players to hold onto an extra “get out of jail free card” if they find themselves cornered, these new scorestreaks could become really helpful in zombies mode.
With Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Zombies’ new scorestreaks able to be added smoothly to the crafting table, fans should be able to access both Napalm Strike and Artillery on the forthcoming Firebase Z map and Die Maschine. The updated version of Call of Duty Black Ops 2’s perk Tombstone will also be added into the game on February 4, providing players a few new mechanics to try out.
The new perk and scorestreaks will also be joined by the new Call of Duty Zombies intel, as the post confirms that fans will locate a lot of “audio logs, documents, radio communications, Dark Aether dispatches, and artifacts” in the new map, Firebase Z.
Viewable from the main menu and flashing out the story, intel has been a critically acclaimed addition to the zombies mode. With more lore items arriving to the PlayStation exclusive mode Onslaught, Zombies mode fans will have a lot of things to do in the game.
While the addition of more intel along with new scorestreaks is interesting for fans that have been loving the game since its release, those who have yet to try the new version of zombies mode can do so for free.
With a week-long free zombies mode trial period already available today until January 21, even those fans who do not own Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War can give the complex but addictive mode a chance.