The Type 63 is a fantastic tactical rifle that is suitable for most combat situations, and with a few specific attachments, you can make it unstoppable. This is the best class setup in Black Ops Cold War.
You will find a wide variety of weapons to choose from in Black Ops Cold War. Each one suits different combat situations, so when we’re talking about long range battles, you can’t go wrong with high-bullet-velocity Tactical Rifles.
The Type 63 tactical rifle is an spectacular weapon. This weapon has better ADS and deals more damage than full-auto weapons. It’s one of the best guns you can pick for medium to long range engagements.
Here is the best class for making the Type 63 into even more of a powerhouse.
Best Type 63 Class Setup
The biggest strengths of this weapon are its ADS speed and damage, but it is a single-shot weapon, so this setup will focus mainly on improving the rate of fire while magnifying damage and accuracy.
Get the following attachments:
- Optic: Sillix Holoscout
- Muzzle: KGB Eliminator
- Barrel: 18.3” Strike Team
- Underbarrel: Spetsnaz Ergonomic Grip
- Handle: Spetsnaz field grip
First off, you should absolutely get a sight for this weapon as you’ll mainly be using it in ranged battles. The Sillix Holoscout will provide 1.75x magnification to the Type 63 tactical rifle. This holographic sight is perfect for ranged battles because it combines the zoom of a 2x scope with the peripheral vision of a red dot sight. Using 2x and 4x scopes would slow you down during the fast paced battle and put you at a disadvantage.
Every time you fire your weapon, you will briefly show up on your enemy’s radar. The KGB eliminator will give you 85% muzzle flash concealment so that enemies have a harder time hunting you down when you shoot. It will also give you 17% more vertical recoil control so that the weapon is more accurate, at the cost of movement speed while shooting and horizontal recoil control.
You can make up for that with the Spetsnaz Ergonomic Grip. This will increase your horizontal recoil control by 40% and vertical recoil control by 10%. You’ll rarely have to shoot from the hip in long-range battles so so don’t worry about shooting move speed.
For those rare times you do find yourself in close quarters engagement, the 18.3” Strike Team barrel will help increase your damage and fire rate. This makes up for the weapon being single shot. It also takes away from the effective damage range but the Type 63’s range is so good that it won’t negatively impact you.
The final attachment in this class setup is the Spetsnaz field grip. This will decrease your ADS time by 20% and increase flinch resistance by 80% while also giving a 12% boost to your sprint to fire time. This weapon isn’t great for hip fire, so ADS speed is important in close-range engagements, and flinch resistance will help you keep your shots on target at long range.
That is the best class setup for the Type 63 Tactical Rifle in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. This weapon is excellent for maps like Satellite where long-range combat plays a major role, and these attachments will prime it for close combat as well.
Cold War July 29 update patch notes: Mauer der Toten fixes, Season 5 teaser & more
A new update for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War went live on July 29, and we have all of the exciting patch notes covered for you.
Season 4 has been an exciting time for the world of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, but the latest update for the popular game on July 29 is setting the stage for Season 5, and we have all of the patch notes covered for you.
However, this has not stopped Treyarch Studios from providing updates to the first-person shooter, with the latest Cold War update rolling out on July 29.
This Cold War July 29 update has plenty of exciting things for players to witness, and we have all of the patch notes covered for you so that you do not miss anything.
Black Ops Cold War July 29 update patch notes
NEW GUNFIGHT TOURNAMENT, COLLATERAL 24/7 + MORE
A new Gunfight Tournament arrives this week with all-new, exclusive rewards to earn by fighting your way through all four rounds of the tournament with your duo partner. Remember, if you haven’t unlocked the rewards from previous Gunfight Tournaments, you can still jump in and earn previous rewards by winning your way through multiple brackets.
We’re delivering Collateral Combined Arms 24/7 this week for everyone to jump into a mix of massive, vehicle-fueled battles on our latest 12v12 map. 3v3 Gunfight Snipers Only, 12v12 Moshpit, Face Off 6v6, and more also continue in this week’s Featured Playlists, and we’ve also added Sat-Link to the Multi-Team Moshpit playlist for even more variety for 40-player fans.
In Zombies, today’s update also brings a new collection of stability fixes and gameplay improvements, including fixes for issues with the Main Quest and Klaus in “Mauer der Toten,” unresponsive Mimics in “Firebase Z,” various stability issues, and more. And for Campaign players, we’ve fixed a rare crash that could occur when reaching checkpoints in the single-player story.
SEASON FIVE APPROACHES…
Having broken cover with Jackal’s all-out assault on a US ground station and the subsequent destruction of the Jumpseat satellite constellation, Perseus continues to press their advantage. Using a dead drop, the critical data stolen by Wraith and Knight is passed to an Operator with the unique skills required to execute Stitch’s endgame.
Watch the official Season Four Outro Cinematic and get ready for what’s coming next. Things are about to heat up in Black Ops Cold War and across Verdansk…
DOUBLE WEAPON XP WEEKEND
Get ready to level up your entire arsenal all weekend long as Double Weapon XP Weekend begins in Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. Jump in and get on the grind, starting at 10AM PT Friday, July 30th through August 2nd.
Here’s what’s new in today’s update:
“Mauer der Toten”
- Main Quest
- Addressed an issue that prevented a quest item from dropping when the Megaton was killed by the Ghost Train.
- Addressed an issue that caused Klaus to become unresponsive until he recharged after he used melee on a zombie while he completed a quest step.
- Addressed an issue that caused Klaus to deploy for a shorter duration than expected after previously activating a side quest while he was deployed.
- Addressed a rare issue that caused the Krasny Soldat to stop chasing players between buildings.
- Addressed a rare issue that caused the Mimic to become unresponsive.
- Addressed an issue that could often cause enemies to stop spawning during an Onslaught Accelerated match.
- Fixed rare stability issues related to Klaus, the RAI-K 84, and the “Mauer der Toten” Main Quest.
- Addressed an issue that caused loss of functionality when using the Apply Blueprint feature in conjunction with ziplines.
- Added distance tracking info to several in-world waypoints icons.
- Mauer der Toten
- Firebase Z
- Die Maschine
- Dead Ops Arcade: First Person
- Dead Ops Arcade
- Onslaught (PlayStation)
- Onslaught Accelerated (PlayStation)
- Onslaught Containment (PlayStation)
- Onslaught Rush (PlayStation)
- Added Sat-Link to the Multi-Team Moshpit playlist.
- Gunfight Tournament [NEW]
- Collateral Combined Arms 24/7
- NukeJacked 24/7
- 3v3 Gunfight Snipers Only
- Face Off 6v6
- 12v12 Moshpit
- Cranked Moshpit
- Party Games
- Fixed a rare crash when reaching checkpoints.
Source: Treyarch Studios
Image Credits: Treyarch Studios
Cold War players want classic Black Ops 1 map to return
Cold War has featured many different Black Ops II remakes, but fans are eager for a Black Ops I map to appear in Treyarch’s latest CoD game.
Quite a few Black Ops Cold War players have made their feelings known in wanting Treyarch to put aside the Black Ops II love, and remake Black Ops I’s Havana map.
As well as creating new environments such as Yamantau, The Pines, Diesel amongst other maps, Treyarch has also brought back quite a few maps from previous titles. Eagle-eyed players will notice that the maps have all been remakes of Black Ops II maps – with only Nuketown from the first game.
However, Cold War fans would love to see this approach change in a future update by remaking a classic Black Ops I map – Havana.
In our own personal list of maps we wanted to see return in Black Ops Cold War, we singled out Havana as a strong, potential candidate.
It seems that other players have agreed with Reddit user DogeJonkins also laying claim to Cold War needing the map.
“I really want this map to be remade,” they said, with the main menu picture of the map attached to the post.
One user alluded to the fact that Treyarch has concentrated on remaking maps from one game: “If we have to have remakes instead of original content, at least have it not be BO2 (Black Ops II).”
With Season 4’s Reloaded update starting to age, it’s getting close to the point where we can start speculating on potential content for Cold War Season 5. Treyarch will surely have a surprise or two left up their sleeves as we close in on Call of Duty: Vanguard 2021.
Also, check out how to get 3 free weapon Blueprints in Black Ops Cold War Season 4.
Image Credit: Activision / Treyarch
How to get 3 free weapon Blueprints in Black Ops Cold War Season 4
Black Ops Cold War offers a few free weapon skins for players to claim in Season 4, and here’s how you can do it.
Unbeknownst to many players, Call of Duty does have several free skins for some of its many guns. Our quick guide will help to acquire them in Black Ops Cold War Season 4.
The CoD store has tons of Operators, Bundles, and various other cosmetics for players to purchase and use to customize their loadouts and characters. There are even additional goodies that are locked behind the Season’s respective Season Pass too.
But every now and again the store does contain a bundle or skin that Cold War players can claim free of charge. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Season 4 does have some of these right now, and this is how you get can them for yourself.
Unlock free weapons Blueprints in Cold War Season 4
Claiming them isn’t particularly taxing, and you should have no problem owning them very quickly to use.
To unlock these free weapon skins in Cold War Season 4, simply:
- Start Black Ops Cold War
- Go to the main menu
- Head to ‘Create a Class’
- Select each weapon
- Choose the ‘Shop’ option
- Scroll through them until you find the skins marked ‘Free’
They will be added to your library of cosmetics for that weapon, and you can manually apply these skins to the respective guns. They may not be as obviously flashy as the Thrust Engine Blueprint for instance, but skins are a nice change of pace from conventional unlockable camos.
If any more free skins do become available to purchase, then we’ll be sure to update this guide to let you know.
Also, check out the big Cold War Standoff map change debate.
Image Credit: Activision / Treyarch
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