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Warzone content will transfer over with Black Ops Cold War

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Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Call of Duty: Warzone will be tightly integrated when the game launches on November 13. 

Now, the company has confirmed that fans who have leveled up in Warzone over the past several months and earned content through Modern Warfare & Warzone will keep all of that content with them going into the Black Ops Cold War seasons of Warzone. 

Inventory items in Black Ops Cold War can be used in both titles, with shared progression between the two games when Black Ops Cold War drops on November 13. 

Black Ops Cold War includes shared progression features with Warzone, adding inventory items that can be used in both titles. Plus, Warzone players will still have access to Modern Warfare® content they earned previously, like Operators and weapon blueprints. More information on Black Ops Cold War and Warzone will be announced at a later date.

Black Ops Cold War will also support and build on the hit, free-to-play experience Call of Duty: WarzoneTM. Black Ops Cold War includes shared progression features with Warzone, adding brand new inventory items that can be used in both Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. Warzone players will still have access to all of their Call of Duty: Modern Warfare® content, including Operators and Weapon Blueprints previously earned.

Activision says more details on Warzone and Black Ops Cold War feature set to be announced closer to the game’s launch, so stay tuned. 

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Dead Ops Arcade set to return in Black Ops Cold War

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Treyarch has teased the return of a fan favorite Zombies experience for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.

In a blog post announcing the details of the newly revealed Zombies mode, the studio has added a bonus image for fans.

A teaser for what looks to be Dead Ops Arcade 3.

Treyarch says that there’s more intel on the Zombies mode to be shared in the weeks ahead as we approach November 13.

“There’s more intel to come on what we’ve got planned for Zombies this time around, but we’ll leave you with just one more thing for now…

Stay tuned, Zombies fans.

Catch up on the latest Black Ops Cold War Zombies news on our category page.

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Black Ops Cold War Zombies Characters: MP Operators & more

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s Zombies brings a a twist to the mode that is unique, and never been done before.

With the unified progression system and Battle Pass, Treyarch is taking the experience further with the characters. In Black Ops Cold War Zombies, rather than being restricted to certain characters to tell a story, the characters are tied to the overall game’s narrative.

Players can play as one of the new Operators available in Black Ops Cold War’s MP mode, or play as one of the new Campaign characters, including Sgt. Frank Woods.

For the first time in a Black Ops game, Zombies will blur the narrative lines between modes.

Instead of being locked to one of four characters, you’ll play as the Operators from Multiplayer… and even some familiar faces from the single-player Campaign, including Russell Adler, Lawrence Sims, and even Sgt. Frank Woods himself.

Catch up on the Black Ops Cold War Zombies Reveal by watching the Reveal Trailer and the new Intro Cinematic for Die Maschine.

SOURCE: Treyarch

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Black Ops Cold War – Die Maschine Intro Cinematic

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The Zombies reveals continues.

Treyarch has released the new Die Maschine Intro Cinematic video on the Call of Duty YouTube channel.

This gives fans a look at how the new story experience begins for the Black Ops Cold War Zombies story line.

Intro Cinematic

Nothing stays buried forever.

Following the discovery of disturbing World War II-era experiments conducted deep within an underground facility in Poland, a terrifying threat has re-awakened during the Cold War.

Led by Grigori Weaver, the CIA-backed international response team known as Requiem is tasked with investigating the unnatural phenomena lying within Projekt Endstation.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is available November 13 with an all new Campaign, Multiplayer, Zombies, and Warzone experience.

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