As detailed on Activision’s blog, Black Ops Cold War’s progress will be linked to players’ Activision accounts, so they can freely switch between different platforms and progress wherever they go. This also applies to next-gen consoles; For example, players can start the game on the PS4 and then go on with their progress to the PS5 version when this console launches later this year.
In addition to cross-progress, Black Ops will support Cold War cross-play, so players will be able to party with them on other platforms. As Activision states, “With Black Ops Cold War, a full multiplayer party can consist of up to five players playing games across the available five platforms, including next and current generation consoles as well as PCs. Huh.”
Although the Black Ops Cold War will inevitably suppress last year’s Modern Warfare, the game will still share some content and progress with Warzone, the standalone Battle Royal mode of Modern Warfare. The Black Ops Cold War and Warzone will both have an Interlink Battle Pass and Store, so the Black Ops Cold War Battle Pass will carry unlocked content to the Warzone and vice versa.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War launched on November 13 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. After both the Xbox Series X and Series S launched on November 10, however, Activision is yet to come out during the next generation version. The game will be available. However, the company confirmed that the next-gen upgrade will not be free for all players. You can learn more in our Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Pre-Order Guide. Prior to the game’s release, Activision is also hosting a Black Ops Cold War beta.
Activation revealed a ton of other details about Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War during the multiplayer stream. We got our first look in a new multiplayer trailer and Zombies mode, and came to know about the new Firetam mode. Be sure to check out our Black Ops Cold War multiplayer impressions for hands-on insights.
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