The upcoming CoD: Black Ops Cold War game will be launched with a few more maps than the previous Call of Duty installments, according to some dataminers.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War aims to be quite the project. Despite having only two years to develop it, Raven Software, Treyarch, and other studios are proving their skills, trying to bring the best stuff and to make fans happy with the comeback of the Zombies mode and the campaign. Now, a recent leak claims that multiplayer fans will have an extra thing to be excited about.
According to TheGamingRevolution, a reliable source for leaked details on the CoD series, dataminers discovered that the Black Ops Cold War installment will be launched with over 10 maps on November 13. And that amount has all the chances to grow with Black Ops Cold War’s free DLC plan. Here is what you need to know.
Many Multiplayer Maps and Other Significant Details
The recent Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War leak suggests that over 10 multiplayer maps will be introduced. And it could get better.
Call of Duty games launched on last-gen consoles came with a dozen maps. That amount, however, has decreased over recent years. Call of Duty: WW2, for instance, arrived with nine core multiplayer maps, as its War game mode needed maps of its own. As for the last year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the things were the same, with Modern Warfare’s Ground War mode once again needing two separate, huge maps.
Furthermore, CoD Black Ops 4 had 14 maps on launch day, but 4 were remakes, and 10 were originals. So, if all the 10+ maps are original, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s multiplayer mode will come with an acceptable content on its launch day, probably the best one.
If you want to find more about the multiplayer mode and the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War beta, get ready for the September 9th official reveal!
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