In the next few hours Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will receive the first post-launch map, and it will be none other than the iconic Nuketown, in a completely new aesthetic look dedicated to the very last chapter of the brand.
Nuketown '84 it will be added totally participation for all Cold War owners, and as with all new maps, a 24/7 playlist dedicated to the latter will be available.
In addition, starting today and until next Monday (November 30), points will be active Double XP and also Double XP for weapons.
The patch should arrive on all platforms at 19.00 Italian hours (6pm GMT) and find below the complete changelog of the changes it will bring:
Adjusted Hardpoint spawn logic to reduce average travel time to active Hardpoints.
Adjusted enemy weighting for spawns in Crossroads Strike and Armada Strike.
Addressed a UI error that could sometimes occur when loading into a match of Fireteam: Dirty Bomb on Ruka.
Addressed an issue that would prevent Flak Jacket from properly protecting the player from explosive damage in Hardcore modes.
Addressed an issue where the player could earn Field Upgrade charge while their Ring of Fire was currently activated.
Addressed an issue that sometimes caused zombies to use their ranged attack unexpectedly.
Addressed a rare issue that could rarely cause the Megaton to be permanently invincible after splitting.
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