The large mid-season update for Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War hits tomorrow, March 30, and being the massive followers of FPS games that we’re, we’re eagerly anticipating the patch that’s set to deliver new maps, an growth to Outbreak mode, and way more to Cold War.
Developer Treyarch has helpfully offered particular particulars concerning the time the mid-season update will develop into accessible in Cold War. Moving west to east across the globe, the ‘earliest’ gamers will see the patch arrive at 9 p.m. PT on the US West Coast later tonight, March 29. That interprets to midnight March 30 for the US East Coast, 5 a.m. for our associates in GMT, and 6 a.m. for Central Europe.
Season Two Reloaded, because it’s referred to as, consists of updates for each Cold War and Warzone. On the Cold War aspect, you’ll discover that the Sanatorium (Night) map has been added to Outbreak, together with new intel, a brand new goal (Secure), and a brand new dust bike. Later within the season, we’ll be seeing the addition of the ZRG 20mm sniper rifle, and prop hunt returns with new maps and props to make use of.
Here’s Treyarch’s tweet:
Here’s when you can begin taking part in Season Two Reloaded content material in #BlackOpsColdWar:
🇺🇸 9PM PT Mar. 29
🗽 12AM ET Mar. 30
🇬🇧 5AM GMT Mar. 30
🇫🇷 6AM CET Mar. 30
🇦🇺 4PM AEDT Mar. 30
— Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) March 29, 2021
New maps embrace Miami Strike 6v6, Mansion 2v2 and 3v3, and Golova Multi-Team.
Warzone gamers have stuff to sit up for this time round as nicely, with Treyarch warning that “the thread rises” in Verdansk. Check out our information to the new Warzone map release date to seek out out extra concerning the nuke occasion and what’s in retailer for the battle royale game.
In different excellent news, the mid-season patch can even deliver down the total install size for Warzone, which is at present sitting at round 92 GB by itself. Cold War will see 11 weapons rebalanced – together with, Treyarch says, a “complete recoil balance pass on assault rifles and SMG attachments.”