Conclusion Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
:After Modern Warfare, Call of Duty Mobile, Warzone and Modern Warfare 2 Remastered, Black Ops Cold War is my fifth Call of Duty test in just 13 months. Still, I haven’t had enough – because this series episode also does a lot right: I think the controls are perfect, the sound design is extremely good, and the graphics are impressive in many places. It’s just a shame that there is practically no visual difference between PS4 Pro and Xbox Series X. I welcome Raven’s campaign approach, staging a spy story with a lot of sneaking, a bit of evidence-seeking and rough action in between – unfortunately not all individual parts are as excellent as the shooter core and the story mode over much too quickly.
The same applies to the multiplayer part – it is convincing in terms of mechanics and map design, but does not set any new accents for classes & Co. and offers a map package that is too small with only eight maps for the standard modes. So the bottom line is that Black Ops Cold War is a solid vintage – the annual shooter dose tastes good to series fans, but in direct comparison it has to admit defeat to Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare.
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Video Outbreak Trailer Season Call Duty Black Ops Cold War