Release Date, Patch Notes, Zombies & more

Yolanda Curtis
November 24, 2020

Since its release in the original Black Ops, Nuketown has been featured in multiple other games, and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is no exception.

Fixed an issue that prevented armor from properly protecting the player from explosive damage in extreme modes.

The most recent patch was released on November 23, with more update notes expected to be released by Treyarch with today's Nuketown launch.

Adjusted Hardpoint spawn logic to reduce average travel time to active Hardpoints. Dave and Richie also break down the two games' single-player campaigns and discuss the merits of Black Ops Cold War's replayability versus Modern Warfare's rejuvenation of the Call of Duty campaign.

Adjusted the weight of enemy respawn in Crossroads Strike and Armada Strike.

Addressed an issue where the player could earn Field Upgrade charge while their Ring of Fire was now activated.

Also, Nuketown '84 has also been announced that will kick off tomorrow at 10 AM PT!.

To activate this Easter egg, it appears players must shoot the heads off all the mannequins around the map. This will definitely help them improve the game's overall experience and also keep it bug-free. With the full patent named "Systems and methods for customizing weapons and sharing customized weapons via social networks", it goes into detail about what would essentially be featuring an easily shareable version of the Gunsmith screens in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. A giant monster and a rock song are a part of these easter eggs which makes it even more fun.

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