To get a head-start in Black Ops Cold War, we’ve put together all the information you need on weapons, maps, perks and more. Check out our full round-up of guides.
Black Ops Cold War has introduced many new elements to the Call of Duty franchise. With Warzone integration, a new Progression system, and updated Zombies, a lot has changed. Use this guide for everything you need to know about the latest addition to the Call of Duty franchise.
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- Maps and Modes
- Weapons, Perks, Wildcards, and Scorestreaks
- Weapon Guides
- Prestige and Progression
- Settings, downloads, and PC Specs
- Roadmaps and post-launch content
Maps and Modes
Black Ops Cold War’s version of the classic map, Nuketown ’84, carries on tradition by including an Easter Egg. Similar to previous titles, it’s to do with the mannequins. Check out this guide for how to complete the Easter Egg yourself.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has many new weapons and features for you to experiment with. A custom game will give you the time to try these out without the hectic nature of a multiplayer match. This guide explains how you can create one.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War delivers multiple new maps that are played across a variety of modes. Some modes support large player counts, which means certain maps are exclusive to certain larger modes. Find the list of every map in Cold War in this article.
Hardpoint has returned, once again, with the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. We’ve compiled a list of all Hardpoint locations and will be keeping it updated as new maps are released. Check out the list to give you a competitive edge.
Weapons, Perks, Wildcards, and Scorestreaks
The chaos of Nuketown has returned to Black Ops, so we’ve compiled a list of the most OP weapons and best Perks you should be running to dominate on Cold War’s Nuketown ’84.
The new Scorestreak system can be quite confusing. While Scorestreaks don’t reset on death, killstreaks are vital to earning Scorestreaks. Here’s how much score you earn for going on Killstreaks in Cold War, and how this relates to earning Scorestreaks.
Activision has announced the new Nuketown Weapon Bundle for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Included is a Shotgun blueprint, weapon charms, stickers, and calling cards. Find out how to get the Nuketown Weapon Bundle here.
There are some tricks you can pull off with Scorestreaks in Black Ops Cold War such as getting Care Packages through roofs and immediately equipping Armor. Take a look at the list of all of the Scorestreak tricks we’ve discovered so far, and use them to improve your game.
The Wildcard system in Black Ops Cold War allows players to alter the traditional Create-A-Class system. From equip multiple Perks to putting every attachment on your weapon, find out what the most useful Wildcard is in this guide.
Weapons level up considerably slower in Black Ops Cold War than other Call of Duty titles. If you want to acquire all of the camos, or just the best attachments quickly, follow this guide to level up your weapons as fast as possible.
Black Ops Cold War introduces an entirely new Scorestreak system where they don’t reset on death. This makes Scorestreaks easier to earn and more common in multiplayer matches. Check out this guide for the best Scorestreaks you can use in Black Ops Cold War, no matter your skill level.
With Black Ops Cold War comes Mastery Camos for weapons. As you rank up a weapon, complete challenges to earn new camos to use on it. Once you have completed all of the challenges for a weapon, you begin to work towards the Mastery Camos. Here are the objectives you need to complete to earn Mastery Camos.
Perks are a Call of Duty staple. Black Ops Cold War brings back some fan-favorite Perks, along with some we’ve never seen before. This guide helps you find the best Perks in Cold War to suit your playstyle.
Black Ops Cold War brings fan-favorite Weapons, Perks and Scorestreaks, and some that are entirely new. As you progress from rank 1-55, unlock weapons and more to build your class. Find the full list of weapons, Perks, Scorestreaks, and Field Upgrades here.
The Krig 6 is one of the most accurate weapons in Black Ops Cold War. Paired with the right attachments, the weapon is deadly at range. Check out this loadout guide to dominate enemies with the Krig 6.
In the current Gunsmith system for Black Ops Cold War, the AK-47 can be built to have no recoil. It remains so steady that it appears to have ‘negative recoil’ with bullets sometimes landing below the initial shot without having to manually control the kick. This article explains how it works, and how you can make the AK-47 incredibly accurate yourself.
Secondary weapons are especially powerful in Cold War. For the first time since Modern Warfare 2, shotguns are secondary weapons in multiplayer. Check out our list of the best secondary weapons you can be using, and what attachments maximize their potential.
The AK-47 is a Call of Duty staple. With its high damage, it has long been a fan-favorite. Through Black Ops Cold War’s gunsmith system, the AK-47 can be built with low recoil and decent range. To turn this classic weapon into one of the most powerful rifles on the map, try out this loadout guide.
The Milano 821 is a formidable SMG that proves very useful in short-range combat. The weapon is most effective at close range but with the right attachments can deal decent damage at range. Find out how to improve the Milano 821 in this guide.
The AUG has been an Assault Rifle and SMG in previous CoDs, but in Black Ops Cold War, it’s a burst-fire tactical rifle. This rifle is extremely strong, capable of downing enemies in one burst with great accuracy. To dominate multiplayer with the AUG, check out these attachments.
Although being the first Assault Rifle unlocked in Black Ops Cold War, the XM4 is an extremely viable choice. With the right attachments, it can be extremely effective at all ranges. To make the XM4 the best it can be, check out this guide.
The FFAR, or FAMAS, is one of the strongest weapons in Black Ops Cold War. This full-auto assault rifle as a fast fire-rate and equally fast TTK, making it one of the most viable choices for multiplayer. Here’s the best class setup for FFAR.
The Pelington 703 has quickly become the most popular sniper rifle in Black Ops Cold War. This weapon is capable of eliminating players from long-range and can hold its own up close. To maximize its range and speed, check out this weapon build.
The MP5 is one of the strongest weapons in Black Ops Cold War. Minimal recoil, high movement speed, and a fast time-to-kill mean that this weapon is the most popular in Cold War. To get you started with the MP5, here are the attachments you should equip as you rank up the weapon.
The M16 has returned in Cold War. This classic burst-rifle is capable of eliminating enemies in only 1-2 bursts. Combined with low recoil and great range potential, this is one of the strongest weapons in multiplayer. To maximize its potential, here are the attachments you should be running.
There are 13 Operators available in Cold War at launch. Operators are grouped into either the NATO or Warsaw Pact factions and like Modern Warfare are cosmetic only. Each Operator comes with a challenge to unlock them, so find out the challenges for each Operator here.
Black Ops Cold War and Warzone are fully integrating on December 10. Cold War’s Weapons, Operators, and more will be useable in Verdansk. Check out this article for full details on the integration, including details on weapon unlocks and progression.
Call of Duty has confirmed that Warzone will continue to play on the Verdansk map after the integration with Black Ops Cold War in December. A new island location has also been teased, which is discussed in this article.
Black Ops Cold War’s campaign features multiple endings determined by player choice. This spoiler-filled guide will help you unlock all of the endings in Cold War’s campaign.
You can unlock the ZORK terminal in the Black Ops Cold War campaign, much like the original Black Ops game. In the Zork Terminal, you can play ZORK games as well as classic Activision games such as Pitfall and Chopper Command. Follow this guide to unlock the ZORK terminal and Arcade yourself.
Progression is now linked between Zombies and Cold War’s multiplayer, meaning your weapons level up no matter what mode you play. To help grind up your weapons, follow this guide to get a massive amount of Weapon XP in Zombies.
Scorestreaks have been included in Zombies for the first time. From Chopper Gunners to Sentry Turrets, players can take a variety of streaks into the game to help them fight the undead. Check out this guide to find out how to unlock all Scorestreaks in Cold War’s Zombies.
Weapons purchased from walls has been in Call of Duty Zombies since its inception. They are even more powerful in Black Ops Cold War Zombies, so here are the best three weapons you can purchase.
Black Ops Cold War’s Die Maschine map is filled with easter eggs, including the signature Treyarch music easter egg. Instead of the traditional teddy bear, the music easter egg is unlocked through tapes. Here are the locations of all three tapes.
The D.I.E. Shockwave is a powerful weapon for taking out large groups of Zombies. It’s recharged through collecting zombie souls, and then fires a powerful blast that kills every zombie it comes into contact with. Follow this guide to get the Shockwave yourself.
The Ray Gun is a Call of Duty zombies staple, offering superior damage and excellent crowd control, making it the best weapon to use when taking on waves of the undead. Here are the ways you can unlock the Ray Gun in Cold War’s Zombies.
The Pack-A-Punch machine has been a consistent presence in every version of Zombies. It has also returned in Black Ops Cold War. Here is how you build the Pack-A-Punch Machine in Black Ops Cold War’s Die Maschine map.
In the new zombies map, Die Maschine, Treyarch added a funny easter egg that awards you with a free Perk and a show of zombies performing the Coffin Dance. To see the easter egg for yourself in game, check out this guide.
The Aetherscope in Cold War’s Zombies detects anomalies in the Dark Aether such as boss zombies and intel. Follow these steps inside Die Maschine to build the Aetherscope in Black Ops Cold War Zombies.
In Black Ops Cold War, multiplayer and Zombies have separate weapon camos. By playing Zombies, you can unlock new mastery camos: Golden Viper, Plague Diamond and Dark Aether. Here’s how to unlock the mastery camos.
Treyarch has brought a new layer to the Zombies experience in Black Ops Cold War. To make Zombies more accessible and bring more content to the world, Treyarch has introduced a new Intel System and more. Find out all the details here.
PlayStation players, whether on a PS4 or PS5, will gain exclusive access to a new Zombies mode for an entire year. Zombies Onslaught is a brand new mode played on multiplayer maps. For a list of all supported maps and full details, check out this article.
In Black Ops Cold War, players will bring their loadouts to Zombies mode for the first time. Load in with a weapon of your choice and two attachments to help survive those early rounds. If you’re concerned about how this will change Zombies, find all the information in this article.
Perks are returning with Black Ops Cold War Zombies, and for the first time, they are permanently upgradeable. Juggernog and Speed Cola make a return, along with some we haven’t seen before. For the full list of Perks and how the new upgrading system works, check out this article.
You will be able to use Scorestreaks and Armor in Black Ops Cold War Zombies. Chopper Gunners, Sentry Turrets, and more will help you fight the undead. This article details all the confirmed Scorestreaks for Zombies and how to earn them.
Prestige and Progression
Black Ops Cold War has brought back the Prestige system. It has changed slightly in Cold War due to Seasonal and Unified Progression, such as having both a season rank and Prestige rank. Here’s how to Prestige in the lastest Call of Duty.
Black Ops Cold War features a unified progression system, meaning as you play either Zombies or multiplayer, your Cold War rank will increase. This allows you to unlock weapons, Perks, etc for use in either mode. To help you rank up fast, here’s the best way to gain XP through Double XP Codes, Challenges, and more.
Treyarch is bringing back Dark Ops Challenges in Black Ops Cold War! Dark Ops Challenges will be available across the campaign, multiplayer, and Zombies. Here is a list of all the challenges and how to complete them.
The new Prestige system features Seasonal Prestige ranks, Prestige Master Ranks, and more combined together for an ultimate experience. This system is totally new to Black Ops Cold War, so check out this article for how it all works.
Black Ops Cold War will share progression with both Warzone and Modern Warfare. Once Cold War’s first Season drops in December, as you play any of these three games, your level will increase in all of them. This article explains how Activision is bringing unified progression to Call of Duty for the first time.
Settings, download, and PC Specs
Black Ops Cold War will take up at least 90GB of hard drive space, meaning you may not have room for many other games. Cold War gives players the option of installing and uninstalling the game’s different modes. This guide tells you how to uninstall different modes, no matter your platform.
When loading up Black Ops Cold War on the PS5, both the PS4 and PS5 versions are installed. Sometimes the console will default to the PS4 edition, so you can be missing out on all of the next-gen benefits without realising. Check out this guide to make sure you’re running the correct edition.
Black Ops Cold War has arrived around the same time as the new generation of consoles. The next-gen versions of the game include ray-tracing, improved graphics and quicker load times. If you have Cold War for the Xbox One, here’s how to upgrade it to the Xbox Series X|S edition.
Activision recently updated its list of minimum and optimal specifications to play Black Ops Cold War on PC. As games get more advanced, they also get more intensive. No matter your budget, this guide will help you choose the graphics card that’s right for you.
Roadmaps and post-launch content
Black Ops Cold War Season 1 begins December 10. Check out the new Roadmap which provides us with a look at how the team will finish the year with Black Ops Cold War. It wouldn’t be a Black Ops game without Nuketown, and Modern Warfare’s gunfight mode makes a return.
PlayStation players will receive exclusive benefits per an exclusivity deal with Activision. On top of the year-long exclusive game mode ‘Zombies Onslaught,’ there are a number of other benefits. If you play on the PS4 or PS5, check out the additional content you will receive.
Keep an eye on this page as we update it with more guides and information.
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Best controller settings for Black Ops Cold War Season 6
To improve your accuracy and movement in Black Ops Cold War, here are the best controller settings for Season 6.
Making sure your controller settings are perfect is an essential part of any first-person shooter, so we’ve put together the best aim assist, aim response curve type, target aim assist settings, and more for Black Ops Cold War Season 6.
We’re now in the final season of Black Ops Cold War, fine-tuning aim assist settings for shooting as accurately as possible is just as important as ever. With so many settings available, it’s hard to pick out the settings you should be running.
Over the past couple of seasons, Cold War players have reported that a glitch resets their settings. So whether you need to re-enter the best settings or are just looking to fine-tune your aim, here are all the best controller settings for Black Ops Cold War Season 6.
You can use the links below to navigate to each section.
- Best Black Ops Cold War controller settings
- Best Black Ops Cold War Aim Response Curve Type
- Best Black Ops Cold War Target Aim Assist Mode
- Best Aim Assist for sniping in Cold War
- How to turn off Aim Assist in Cold War
- Does FOV affect Aim Assist
- How to find the best Cold War controller settings
Best Black Ops Cold War controller settings
- Horizontal Stick Sensitivity: 6
- Vertical Stick Sensitivity: 6
- ADS Stick Sensitivity (Low Zoom): 1.00
- ADS Stick Sensitivity (High Zoom): 1.00
- Button Layout: Default
- Flip LT/RT with LB/RB: If you play with claw grip or want faster button press time, you should use Flipped
- Aim Response Curve Type: Standard
- Invert Vertical Look: Disabled
- Controller Vibration: Disabled
Sensitivity is all dependent on you, but 6 is one of the most common values. You should hop into a Custom Game, which we’ll explain further down, to find the best value for you.
- Target Aim Assist: Enabled
- Target Aim Assist Mode: Standard
- ADS Aim Assist: Enabled (Campaign and Zombies only)
- Airborne Mantle Behaviour: Manual
- Grounded Mantle Behavior: On Second Press
- Aim Down Sights Behavior: Hold
- Steady Aim Behavior: Hold
- Armor Behavior: Apply All
- Attack Vehicle Control Mode: Aim-Based
Mantle Behavior is an important setting to adjust. While trying to jump shot next to cover, your Operator will mantle onto the surface, rendering you defenseless mid-fight. If you set it to only Mantle on Second Press, you’ll be able to freely jump-shot and then double-tap jump when you want to mantle.
For more details on Aim Response Curve and Target Aim Assist Mode, we will detail these settings further in this guide.
- Stick Layout: Default
- Left Stick Min Input Threshold: 0 (then increase as required)
- Right Stick Min Input Threshold: 100
- Right Stick Min Input Threshold: 0 (then increase as required)
- Right Stick Max Input Threshold: 100
- Auto Move Forward: Disabled
- Auto Sprint: Enabled
- Sprint Cancels Reload: Disabled
- Parachute Auto Deploy: Enabled
- Equipment Behavior: Hold
- Interact/Reload Behavior: Tap to Reload
Auto Sprint Enabled will allow you to move around the map quicker, but you’ll need to get used to only slightly moving your stick when stealthy.
The Stick Input Thresholds, or deadzone, are all dependent on your controller. You want the minimum value to be as low as possible without your controller having stick drift.
Best Black Ops Cold War Aim Response Curve Type
In this guide, we’ll be going over all the aim assist settings so that you can find the one that works best for you in Treyarch’s Black Ops Cold War.
There are 3 different settings for Aim Response Curve, so let’s find you the best one:
- Standard: Standard curve from aim stick to aim rate. When you initially aim, there will be a slight delay in speed when the stick is pressed all the way in a specific direction.
- Linear: Removes initial speed delay when the stick is pressed all the way in a direction. More for aggressive, fast movements at the cost of precision.
- Dynamic: Hybrid system between linear and standard. Has a middle ground aim speed up when initially moving the stick.
Most players will be used to the Standard Aim Response Curve, as this has been the default setting in most Call of Duty games.
If you feel like you have solid stick control and can snap on targets with ease, it’s worth trying out Dynamic. It’s an excellent middle ground between Standard and Linear (which we wouldn’t recommend), and some pro players such as Scump have used it with great success.
Best Black Ops Cold War Target Aim Assist Mode
Target Aim Assist is used in gunfights or when aiming at an enemy player. It slows down your crosshair when hovering over enemy players.
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There are 4 different settings this time, so we’ll dig through each one:
- Standard: Traditional aim slowdown near the target. A wider area where your aim will slow around an opponent. Best for regular Call of Duty players who want some extra time to lock on the target.
- Legacy: Alternate aim slowdown near the target (a more narrow range). Same type as in Warzone. If you’re a regular Warzone player, you should try this.
- Precision: Strong aim assist slowdown that only kicks in when close to an enemy player. Only use this option if you’re a skilled and accurate player. The slowdown area is minimal and casual players will not like this.
- Focusing: Strong aim slowdown that kicks in when narrowly missing targets. If you’re new to Call of Duty, this is your best bet to improving on a controller.
If you primarily play Black Ops Cold War and Warzone isn’t your cup of tea, we recommend sticking to the Standard Target Aim Assist setting. This is what most CoD players are used to and will feel the most natural to most.
However, if you like to switch between Warzone, Modern Warfare, and Black Ops Cold War, it’s worth getting used to the Legacy aim assist setting. With these games on different engines, switching between them can be quite jarring, but the Legacy mode will make the transition much smoother.
Best Aim Assist for sniping in Cold War
Unlike many previous Treyarch Call of Duty games, Sniper Rifles in Black Ops Cold War have Aim Assist. When dragging your crosshairs past an enemy, you’ll be able to feel your aim slow down in a ‘bubble’ around the target.
This has advantages and disadvantages, so we’ve got the best Aim Assist settings for sniping in Cold War.
For Aim Response Curve, we’d recommend leaving it on what you’re used to. Standard and Dynamic both have their separate place, but when sniping, it’s best to leave it on the one that you prefer.
However, for Target Aim Assist Mode, we’d recommend Precision. With the Aim Assist bubble around targets, it can feel like your aim is getting stuck, or it will pull away from the target you’re aiming at. Precision significantly shrinks the bubble around opponents, allowing you to be more accurate and precise when sniping.
Some players prefer to turn off Aim Assist when sniping, as the bubble that catches players can throw your aim off. We’ll explain how to disable that further in the article.
How to turn off Aim Assist in Cold War
When Black Ops Cold War first launched, there was a little bit of confusion about Aim Assist. The ADS Aim Assist setting only works for campaign and Zombies, but the in-game description wasn’t specific for the first few weeks of launch.
If you don’t like the snappy aim-lock when fighting Zombies, or would rather have no multiplayer Aim Assist for classic sniping, here’s how to turn off Aim Assist in Cold War.
To have no aim assist when playing campaign and Zombies:
- Set ADS Aim Assist to Disabled.
To have no aim assist when playing multiplayer:
- Set Target Aim Assist to Disabled.
You won’t be nearly as accurate when using automatic weapons, but having no Aim Assist will allow you to have a more classic sniping experience.
Does FOV affect Aim Assist?
Unlike Modern Warfare and Warzone, Black Ops Cold War has a field of view slider on console. You’ll be able to increase how much you can see in front of you, taking in much more information than the default setting.
Cold War’s FOV slider goes all the way from 60-120, giving players a wide range of choices when finding the perfect FOV for their playstyle and hardware.
Cranking the FOV up to 120 will allow you to see an insane amount of what’s in front of you, but on the other hand, far-off player models will be much smaller and more challenging to see, never mind the hit to the game’s performance.
Having a FOV of 120 can severely throw off your aim, as you need to fine-tune your shots on these small targets and compensate for the Aim Assist bubble around them.
To stay accurate with a controller, we wouldn’t recommend putting your FOV above 110. But, if you’re confident with your aim, feel free to experiment with pushing it further.
How to find the best Cold War controller settings
With controller settings, there’s no setup that will work perfectly for everyone. It’s tempting to find your favorite pro player or content creator and copy their settings, but they might not be the best for you.
We’d recommend jumping into a custom game of Black Ops Cold War and testing out some different controller settings. To maximize your time while testing out the settings, here’s what we’d recommend:
- Map: Nuketown ’84
- Mode: Free for All
- Time limit: Unlimited
- Score limit: Unlimited
- Bots and players:
- Number of bots: 6
- Bot difficulty: Recruit
With these custom game settings, you’ll be able to practice shooting for as long as you like. Nuketown ’84 is small enough that you’ll be able to fight constantly, and the Recruit level bots will hardly shoot back at you.
Practice shooting bots at both long and close range with various settings and weapons, and keep on the setting you feel most accurate and comfortable with. Even if you’re a Call of Duty veteran, there’s always room to improve, so it’s worth trying out some different combinations.
While you’re in this private mode, you should also try getting your Minimum Input Thresholds as low as they’ll go. Start at 0, and move it up one until you no longer receive stick drift.
Try out these controller settings in Black Ops Cold War Season 6, and you’ll be shooting deadly accurate in no time.
For more Cold War guides, you can check out how to get Warzone and Cold War Prime Gaming rewards, including skins and Blueprints.
Image Credits: Treyarch / Microsoft / Sony
Cold War October 13 update patch notes: Vanguard Zombies reveal, Grav fix & zombies changes
Treyarch Studios has rolled out the Black Ops Cold War October 13 update, and we have all of the patch notes covered for you.
Season 6 is underway in the world of Black Ops Cold War, and Treyarch Studios has rolled out the October 13 update to provide some fixes and updates for players, and we have all of the patch notes covered for you.
It has been an exciting time in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, with Season 6 bringing various changes, including weapon buffs and nerfs and the new Forsaken Zombies map with its insanely powerful wonder weapon.
However, this has not stooped Treyarch Studios from improving Black Ops Cold War which was the focus of the Black Ops Cold War October 13 update patch notes, including a look at the upcoming Call of Duty: Vanguard Zombies reveal.
You can find everything you need to know about the Black Ops Cold War October 13 update patch notes below:
Black Ops Cold War October 13 update patch notes
SEASON SIX CONTINUES
We’ve added new gameplay improvements and fixes to MP and Zombies this week, including a fix for Grav attachment unlock levels, full details on the latest Wonder Weapon upgrades in Zombies, “Forsaken” updates, and more. In the Store, “Fuze” has arrived as our latest playable Warsaw Pact Operator, introduced to the world in the Season Six Cinematic.
Players can also now unlock legacy Prestige Icons for Prestige 13-15 from Black Ops in the Prestige Shop, as well as Prestige 13-14 and Grand Master Prestige icons from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare! If you’ve been looking to complete your collection, now’s the time.
TUNE IN TOMORROW FOR VANGUARD ZOMBIES
In tomorrow’s update, we’re bringing Amerika 24/7 and Gunfight Gluboko to this week’s Featured Playlists – and of course, the worldwide reveal of Call of Duty: Vanguard Zombies kicks off at 8AM PT / 11AM ET, Oct. 14th!
Set a reminder for the premiere of tomorrow’s Zombies Reveal Trailer, and get ready for the full behind-the-scenes reveal later in the day. We can’t wait to share what the team’s been working on for this new chapter of the Dark Aether story.
Until then… here’s what’s new since our Oct. 7 update:
- Added Prestige Icons for Prestige 13-15 from Black Ops.
- Added Prestige Icons for Prestige 13-14 and Grand Master Prestige from Advanced Warfare.
- Addressed an issue related to Grav attachment unlock levels.
- Main Quest
- Crystals will now respawn during the escort section of the Main Quest to prevent a possible progression break.
- Addressed a rare issue that could cause the dragon to freeze during the Der Eisendrache pinball minigame.
- Enabled “Forsaken” in Local play.
- Base Versions
- D.I.E. now receives a percentage of its max ammo capacity when an enemy is absorbed, as opposed to a fixed amount. This makes higher ammo capacity versions more viable, such as the D.I.E. Electrobolt.
- D.I.E. melee damage increased from 145 to 160.
- D.I.E. Electrobolt
- D.I.E. Electrobolt increases movement speed while firing from 75% to 100% of base.
- D.I.E. Electrobolt now consumes more ammo for level 2 and 3 energy beams (increases the longer the trigger is held).
- Pack-a-Punched Version (D.E.A.D.)
- D.E.A.D. vacuums up to 3 enemies at a time at slightly increased damage (as a percentage of the enemy’s max health).
- D.E.A.D. Glacialator increases movement speed while firing to 90% of base (vs. 75% for the Cryo-Emitter).
- D.E.A.D. Joltsurge increases movement speed while firing to 125% of base (vs. 100% from the Electrobolt).
- Base Versions
- RAI K-84
- Vortex explosion damage increased by 100%.
- Addressed an issue that sometimes caused incorrect zombie pathing in the Main Street space.
- Added stability fixes related to the Abomination.
- Addressed an issue that allowed the Abomination to push players out of the playable area.
- Addressed an issue that caused the Abomination beam attack sound to be heard after the attack ended.
- Addressed a rare issue that could cause Tempests to follow players into the Observation Tower space.
- PhD Slider
- Addressed an issue that could cause the player to take explosive damage when fully cooking a grenade with PhD Slider Tier III or higher equipped.
- Plaguehounds have been capped to 15 per Surge. Chance to spawn has been lowered from 10% to 5%.
Source: Treyarch Studios
Image Credits: Treyarch Studios
How to get Warzone & Cold War Prime Gaming rewards
Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War players can now take advantage of Prime Gaming and earn some exciting rewards for their battles.
Prime Gaming is an exciting way developers reward players with various in-game items, with Call of Duty: warzone and Black Ops Cold War being the two latest games to join.
There are different ways that players can acquire these cosmetic items. One of the newest is through the popular Prime Gaming service, which allows Amazon Prime subscribers to get in-game rewards for free for their favorite games.
With this in mind, here is how you can get the Warzone and Cold War Prime Gaming rewards.
How to get Warzone and Cold War Prime Gaming rewards
Players interested in getting the Prime Gaming rewards will first need to make sure they are an Amazon Prime subscriber.
If you are not, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial to try out the service and redeem the Warzone & Cold War Prime Gaming rewards that are currently available.
- Read More: When does Warzone Season 6 start?
The full set of steps you need to take to add these new items to your collection for both Call of Duty games can be found below:
- Step 1: Navigate to the Call of Duty Offer Detail Page: https://gaming.amazon.com/loot/callofduty.
- Step 2: Click “Claim Now” on the active content drop.
- Step 3: Log in with your Prime-enabled account or sign up for Prime.
- Step 4: Click “Continue” to begin the account-linking process.
- Step 5: Click “Go to Activision” to be redirected to Activision’s account-linking page.
- Step 6: Log in with your Activision account and authorize Prime Gaming to fulfill content.
- Step 7: Click “Complete Claim.”
Once you complete these steps, the items you claimed will be available once you launch Warzone or Black Ops Cold War.
You can find all of the currently available Warzone and Cold War Prime Gaming rewards below:
Warzone and Cold War Prime Gaming Flight School Bundle
World Series of Warzone Fall 2021 Pack
Source: Call of Duty Blog
Image Credits: Activision / Amazon
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