Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
New Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War gameplay offers up a new look and how some of the Call Of Duty campaign might be playing
There looks to be a whole lot going on in Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War to try to retell some of the events of the world while giving us some fun shooting. It is always something that can be a hard balance to have in games that are inspired by real events but it does look like Treyarch is tackling it all insanely well. Now we have something to see here for this upcoming campaign after having some fun with the multiplayer this Call Of Duty. It does look to be very explosive and adding in a few more elements than some might have expected here before November 13th.
The following video we have here shows us a fun action-packed segment from this Call Of Duty where we are sent out to take out a top target. As is the normal way in the franchise, it starts out as being a quiet affair but quickly turns into an explosive and loud event. The interesting thing is the focus on the sniper shot and then the grenade sticking in the video. It looks like things will be a whole lot more cinematic for this Call Of Duty more than before. It could make the whole thing a lot more fun but it seems like a whole lot more actions in the heat of the moment than would really be there. I will take it as this pulled me in a lot more than past stories have.
Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War — Nowhere Left To Run
Off the books. Under the radar.
It’s rumored that Perseus is in play again, and planning an attack that threatens the balance of power. A Black Ops team comprised of Frank Woods, Alex Mason, and Russell Adler infiltrates an airfield in Turkey to eliminate a high-value target.
The following is a portion of ‘Nowhere Left to Run’ the first campaign mission in Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, where players will use the cover of darkness and plausible deniability to fight a battle that “never happened.”
How are you feeling about this Call Of Duty and the way this story will be popping off here? Do you think it is going to be much more cinematic in general or is it even down in the minor actions that the team is taking too? Will any of that make it into the multiplayer or will it be the same fast-paced action with fewer animations as always? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all as you wish. When we have more for Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, we will add it all here. Just be sure to keep checking in for all of that and much more.