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While not quite as busy as Season 2 launch week, COD gamers have seen plenty of new Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War and Warzone updates in March.
Several new patches have been released for Cold War, focusing on removing bugs and improving the recently released Outbreak Mode.
The most recent Call of Duty update went live today for Warzone, making adjustments to several weapon modes and removing some known issues.
The official patch notes confirm that the Agency/GRU/Wrapped Suppressors have been reverted to their previous state.
And problems with the Fourth Operator Mission for Baker with the objective to eliminate 15 enemies using a weapon with an attached 2x magnified scope or greater have now been corrected.
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Meanwhile, yesterday saw developers Treyarch fine-tune Outbreak mode by making it a little easier to survive.
A glitch involving Ray Gun splash damage breaking all Armor if a player had Jugger-Nog Tiers III, IV, and V has been removed, making the Wonder Weapon easier to use.
But while these changes will be greatly appreciated by fans, there’s also new content coming our way.
On Thursday, March 4, Treyarch and Raven Software will be making Playlist changes across Cold War and Warzone.
This will include the release of Dead Ops Arcade: First Person Mode, which will be going live at the same time.
This will be the first time the mode has been made available on public servers and it sounds like it will be made part of the regular rotation.
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A message from Treyarch explains: “If you’re looking for a new Zombies adventure to jump into with your friends after an epic Outbreak session, this is it. Fight through 60+ rounds, collect treasures and permanent power-ups, conquer new arenas, discover bonus rooms, pilot vehicles, explore randomly generated Dungeons, and team up against classic undead enemies from throughout Zombies history, including Margwas, Crawlers, Blightfathers, Werewolves, and even Brutus himself.
“You can even sprint, jump, slide, and swim in First Person, bringing a whole new dimension to the Dead Ops experience.
“Whether you’re a die-hard Zombies fan or a DOA first-timer, you’re definitely going to want to check this one out. Grab your friends, start up a lobby on Thursday, and let us know what you think… just be prepared for the hours to melt away.”
Treyarch is also adding the new 6v6 Rapid Fire Mostpit to Black Ops Cold War multiplayer mode on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
“Rapid Fire Moshpit is something brand-new for Black Ops, and it’s all about non-stop action both in and out of your matches,” a message from Treyarch confirms.
“Jump into a mix of TDM, Domination, Kill Confirmed, and Hardpoint on the game’s smallest and fastest-paced maps: Apocalypse, Nuketown ’84, Crossroads Strike, Raid, Express, and Garrison.
“To keep things moving, there will be a constant Spy Plane sweeping the mini-map throughout the match, and the Ghost Perk will be disabled so everyone shows up on radar at all times.
“Wait times between matches will also be reduced to get everyone back into the action as fast as possible. We’ve had a blast playtesting this one, and we think 6v6 fans just might have a new favorite playlist on their hands when this drops.”
We don’t know for sure what is being added to the Call of Duty Warzone playlist this week but there seems a good chance that Plunder will be removed for something new.
Raven could launch the new Exfiltration Mode to spice things up, although this might be saved for a few weeks until Resurgence Extreme has finished its own run.
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