Activision shares exclusive information about Black Ops Cold War and Warzone Integration

Rifat Bin Yusuf
By Rifat Bin Yusuf
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Call of Duty Warzone is soon going to be implemented with Black Ops Cold War; the event’s approximate date is December 16. However, prior to the integration, Activision decided to release a comprehensive report about the Season One of BOCW. 

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Black Ops Cold War is the newest addition to the Call of Duty series; the crossover with Warzone will hugely expand the player-base of both games. Obviously, Warzone will undergo a small-scale transformation. While players are expected to receive a substantial amount of content, the battleground of Verdansk will be packed with Cold War’s arsenal.

Notable post-integration modifications

According to Activision, here are some of the changes that you should look out for,

Weapons: Almost every major weapon from Black Ops Cold War will be included in Warzone. All Assault rifles, Submachine guns & Snipers from BOCW will shift to Warzone.

Game Modes: Previously accessible game modes will remain intact; in addition to that, some new modes are expected to land with Season One’s release.

Operators: More than 50 Operators are going to be available for the players. On top of that, additional operators are scheduled to arrive anytime soon.

Career: A new type of progression method called “Season Levels” will be introduced. This system will incorporate Black Ops Cold War’s Prestige levels & icons.

Stores: The stores will be refilled with contents in order to suit the integration. Battle Pass progression will feature a cross-title synchronization, so advancing through tiers will be much faster.

Barracks & Challenges: Players will be able to import Insignias, Clan Tags & Calling Cards from BOCW. Along with that, unfinished challenges from Warzone will still be accessible via the new Menu.

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Activision is certainly ambitious about the Black Ops Cold War’s integration with Warzone. If everything works out accordingly, Activision might surplus the Call of Duty community’s expectations. Nevertheless, 2021 seems like a promising year for Call of Duty fans.

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