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All Black Ops Cold War Season 6 maps: Multiplayer & Zombies

Here’s every map arriving in Black Ops Cold War Season 6 multiplayer, Gunfight, and even one final round-based Zombies map.

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A new Black Ops Cold War Season brings, of course, some new maps. Not only will we be getting multiplayer content, but also a new round-based Zombies map – Forsaken. As the Cold War story begins to wrap up, here’s every map coming in Season 6.

After a content-rich year of Black Ops Cold War, Season 6 ushers in the end of its run. Before Vanguard is released to the world, there’s a host of new weapons, Operators, and maps coming to Cold War.

Usually, much of the seasonal content is drip-fed but with Season 6, we’re getting all of the brand-new maps at once. And in an interesting turn, there appears to be no more classic remasters arriving this season, but that could change by the time Season 6 Reloaded comes around.

Here’s every multiplayer and Zombies map coming in Black Ops Cold War Season 6.

Deprogram (6v6)

Deprogram in Black Ops Cold War Season 6

Black Ops Cold War’s story is set to wrap up in Season 6, with Adler, Mason, Woods, and Hudson heading to Verdansk to take on Stitch. This new multiplayer map, Deprogram, is directly tied to the ongoing story.

The devs revealed that “Memories from [Adler’s] convoluted past come to life as a warped combat arena.” In a Splitgate-esque move, players can use the Red Doors to “quickly traverse the map” or “be used for four-dimensional plays that can help you outsmart opponents.”

With each part representing a “fragment of Adler’s memories,” Treyarch said that this will form “one of the most unique map experiences ever seen in Call of Duty.”

Amerika (6v6)

Amerika in Black Ops Cold War Season 6

Those who have played the Black Ops Cold War campaign will recognize Amerika, one of the new 6v6 maps coming to the game. This is the Russian recreation of an American town featured in the mission Red Light, Green Light.

The “medium-sized” multiplayer map consists of the main street of a replica town, which features “a pizzeria, theater, and a Burger Town mock-up.” Devs say that players can navigate through the buildings for close-quarters battles, or hold down the area with long-range guns.

Gluboko (2v2 and 3v3)

Gluboka in Black Ops Cold War Season 6

Gunfight was one of Modern Warfare’s flagship modes, and its popularity carried it over into Black Ops Cold War. Each season, we get a new 2v2 and 3v3 map to complement this mode, and Season 6 is no different.

Gluboko takes place “in the underground vault of the KGB headquarters,” and will allow for battles in both Gunfight and Face Off, including Face Off 6v6.

Forsaken (Cold War Zombies)

Forsaken map in Black Ops Cold War Zombies

Although Outbreak has been a brand-new experience Zombies experience for Cold War, players still love the classic round-based experience.

Season 6 brings in the final Zombies map with Forsaken, which is also bringing in the return of PhD Slider and a new Wonder Weapon. Forsaken takes place in a secret test site in U.S.S.R, which appears to be the same location as Red Light, Green Light and Amerika.

This map is set to host the “shocking Black Ops Cold War Zombies finale,” so expect all the chaotic Zombie-slaying action you’ve come to expect. Plus, it’s set to also have a playable arcade.


And that’s all of the new maps coming to Cold War’s multiplayer and Zombies in Season 6! Stay tuned, as if any more maps are announced, Charlie INTEL will be the first to let you know.

For more Cold War, check out the spooky new Halloween Easter Egg discovered in Nuketown.

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Best UGR loadout for Black Ops Cold War

The UGR is a brand-new SMG in Black Ops Cold War, so here’s our best compelte with Attachments, Perks, and Equipment.

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The UGR is a brand-new SMG in Black Ops Cold War, and players can’t wait to try it out in multiplayer matches. Here’s our breakdown of the best UGR loadout to run in BOCW.

Even though CoD Vanguard is now in its third season, and Modern Warfare 2 is arriving this year, support for Black Ops Cold War is still going strong. After a huge Zombies patch on April 25, Treyarch have now added a remastered version of the Jungle map, as well as a new weapon.

The UGR SMG is an interesting close-range option, as it’s an “underwater rifle modified for improved land performance.” It doesn’t have the bullet velocity to take enemies out at distance, but it’s formidable in close-quarters combat.

If you’re looking to run it in multiplayer, you’ll need to know how to make the most of it. Check out our best UGR loadout for Black Ops Cold War.

Best Cold War UGR loadout attachments

Operator underwater using UGR
  • Barrel: 12.8″ VDV Reinforced
  • Underbarrel: Spetsnaz Grip
  • Magazine: Explosive Flechettes
  • Handle: GRU Elastic Wrap
  • Stock: KGB Skeletal Stock

We kick things off with the 12.8″ VDV Reinforced Barrel to seriously boost the UGR’s bullet velocity and damage range. The UGR is severely lacking in both departments, but this attachment makes it far more competitive in longer-range battles.

Next up, we went for the Spetsnaz Grip to keep the recoil in check and make it far easier to control. Then we chose KGB Skeletal Stock and GRU Elastic Wrap for a decrease in sprint-to-fire time and ADS speed, allowing you to get shots earlier while rushing around the map.

Many were surprised to see that the UGR comes with explosive rounds, so we couldn’t resist equipping Explosive Flechettes to our loadout. Aside from the obvious boost in overall damage, they also increase ammo capacity which is vital in a fast-firing weapon.

Best Cold War UGR Perk & Equipment

Flak Jacket Perk in BOCW
  • Perk 1: Flak Jacket & Tactical Mask
  • Perk 2: Scavenger & Assassin
  • Perk 3: Ghost & Ninja
  • Lethal Equipment: Semtex
  • Tactical Equipment: Stimshot

We think the UGR is still effective with only five attachments, so we’re equipping Greed Wildcard to use extra Perks in each slot in BOCW multiplayer matches,

Flak Jacket and Tactical Mask are incredibly important in the first slot, as they’ll keep you protected from incoming explosives and Gas Mines, which can be frustrating when running and gunning.

Next, we picked Scavenger to make sure you never run out of ammo, as well as Assassin to keep the Scorestreaks rolling in. In the final slot, we recommend Ghost to stay invisible on enemy radars, as well as Ninja to help with flanking, which you’ll want to do a lot of with the UGR.

In terms of equipment, Semtex is an easy-to-use lethal, while Stimshot will give you a handy health boost when things get tough out there.

How to unlock UGR in Black Ops Cold War

UGR in Warzone

To unlock the UGR SMG, players must kill an enemy revealed by their Spy Plane, UAV, or Field Mic with an SMG in 15 different completed matches. If you’re not a big multiplayer fan, it can be earned in Zombies by eliminating 1000 enemies while using an Epic rarity or better SMG.

You can also bypass the challenges altogether if you don’t mind spending 2,400 CoD Points on the new Lazar bundle.

Best alternatives to Cold War’s UGR

Black Ops Cold War has some powerful SMGs if the UGR isn’t working for you. The TEC-9 and LC10, in particular, remain incredibly strong in multiplayer matches and rank as two of the best weapons in the entire game.


For more, be sure to check out the best UGR loadout to use on Caldera in Warzone Pacific Season 3.

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How to unlock UGR SMG in Cold War & Warzone

Here’s everything you need to know about the new UGR SMG including how to unlock the weapon in Cold War and Warzone.

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Treyarch continue to release new weapons for Cold War and the latest is the UGR SMG based on the APS underwater rifle that will be making its way to both Cold War and Warzone. Here’s how to unlock the UGR in Cold War and Warzone.

Although Vanguard is now in Season 3 and 2022’s Modern Warfare 2 has been announced, Treyarch are still releasing content for 2020’s Black Ops Cold War. Alongside a ton of Zombies changes that arrived with the April 25 update, Treyarch confirmed the classic Jungle map and a brand-new weapon would arrive in the “coming weeks.”

On May 6, the new UGR SMG made its way to the game alongside a remastered version of the Jungle map. Here’s how to unlock the UGR in Cold War and Warzone.

UGR SMG in Cold War & Warzone

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Those who played Call of Duty: Ghosts may recognize Cold War’s new UGR SMG as it’s based on the APS underwater rifle that appeared in the campaign. The in-game description says it’s a “full-auto submachine gun” and an “underwater rifle modified for improved land performance.”

The weapon is projectile-based with quite a low bullet velocity, so you won’t be beaming enemies at range with ease. Players were also surprised to see that it comes with explosive bullets.

How to unlock UGR in Cold War & Warzone

Players can unlock the UGR by killing an enemy revealed by your Spy Plane, UAV, or Field Mic with an SMG in 15 different completed matches. You can also unlock the UGR in Zombies if you eliminate 1000 enemies while using an Epic rarity or better SMG.

The new UGR SMG has the same unlock challenge for both Cold War and Warzone, so it’ll be up to you to decide which game you’d like to complete it in. In addition, you can also receive the UGR straight away by purchasing the new Lazar bundle for 2,400 CoD Points.


The Nikita AVT and M1916 have also arrived in Warzone with Season 3, so you can check out how to unlock the new Assault Rifle and Marksman Rifle.

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Treyarch confirm Jungle map remaster & new weapon arriving in Black Ops Cold War

Black Ops Cold War devs Treyarch have confirmed a new long-range weapon and Jungle map remaster coming soon.

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Treyarch have confirmed brand-new content is on the way for Black Ops Cold War, including a new weapon and remastered version of the classic Jungle map.

While Black Ops Cold War’s seasons have ended, the Call of Duty title received additional content through an update in March, including the arrival of the WMD map and the Vargo 52 Assault Rifle.

Now, Treyarch have announced more new additions that they have planned for Black Ops Cold War in May and beyond, including a long-range weapon and a remastered version of a classic Call of Duty map.

Cold War Jungle map remaster release date

Treyarch confirmed that the remastered Jungle map will make its way to Black Ops Cold War on Friday, May 6. The new map hit the game at 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET / 6:00 PM UK.

Treyarch originally confirmed their plans for brand-new Call of Duty content in a blog post on April 14, including the addition of the classic map Jungle. When the map hits the game on May 6, players will be able to jump into a Jungle 24/7 playlist.

When this map first made its debut, it consisted of a ruined village and military base near a river in the middle of a Vietnamese jungle. Players could take advantage of its many slopes and ladders to move quickly between levels.

Jungle won over players with its impressive layout and was added to other CoD titles like Black Ops III and Black Ops 4. Now, a remastered version will be added to Cold War’s standard 6v6 playlists in a new update.

New Cold War weapon

Black Ops Cold War operators

Treyarch also teased the arrival of an “all-new ranged weapon” that players will be able to use in both Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. This new weapon arrived alongside Jungle on May 6.

Adding new weapons often shakes up the meta of CoD titles, so we can expect major changes after this new content drop arrives.


For more Black Ops Cold War, be sure to check out Treyarch confirming that Cold War won’t receive more Zombies maps as well as the leaked Scythe weapon and its unlock requirements.

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