Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone Season Four Reloaded brings players the latest round-based Zombies experience, as well as a classic Multiplayer map and new modes, make landfall in Black Ops Cold War, while Warzone receives a brand-new objective mode with Payload and other meta-changing updates.
The entire Season Four Reloaded content drop unfolds on July 15, following updates to Black Ops Cold War on July 13 at 9 PM PT and Warzone on July 14 at 9 PM PT. As well as a new Zombies experience, expect Warzone to receive its newest objective mode, a classic map and modes to arrive in Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer, and more Zombies content to launch alongside “Mauer Der Toten.”
Welcome to Season Four Reloaded.
Welcome to “Mauer Der Toten,” the next chapter in the Dark Aether story: an epic battle against the undead in a divided city, arriving with Season Four Reloaded in Black Ops Cold War.
Set after the events of “Operation Excision” in Outbreak, “Mauer Der Toten” is Treyarch’s next classic round-based Zombies experience where Requiem agents, currently working for Omega Group’s Colonel Kravchenko in a bid for their freedom, will explore war-torn Berlin after a zombie invasion has overtaken the city.
Key updates include:
- The Return of Mule Kick
- New Crafting Item and Wonder Weapon
- New Zombies Challenges and Intel
- New Onslaught Content (PlayStation)
WARZONE AND BLACK OPS COLD WAR CONTENT
Whether you’re slaying the undead in “Mauer Der Toten,” exploring fan-favorite maps in Multiplayer, or heading to Warzone to escort or stop that Payload, you’re going to need some reinforcements:
Free: Two New Weapons
Close-quarters Operators will have two new armaments in their arsenal during Season Four Reloaded.
- OTs 9: SMG (Launch) Full-auto submachine gun. Impressive firepower at close range with good visibility when firing. Reliable recoil control with smaller magazine size.
- Mace: Melee (In-Season) Rounding out this season’s weapon offerings is the Mace, the latest melee tool to join over a dozen options in Warzone, and over a half dozen blades and blunt instruments in Black Ops Cold War.
New Operator: Weaver Arrives from Requiem HQ (In-Season)
Requiem needs every last agent to rescue Raptor-1 from Kravchenko, even if it means calling in strike team leader Grigori Weaver to get the job done.
Weaver will venture beyond Requiem’s classified HQ and become a playable NATO Operator across Black Ops Cold War and Warzone as part of the Tracer Pack: Weaver Operator Bundle, available in the Store at the start of Season Four Reloaded.
Warzone’s First-Ever Objective-Based Game Mode: Payload
Now, as part of Season Four Reloaded, the massive free-to-play experience introduces its newest objective based mode: Payload.
Inspired by previous traditional Call of Duty game modes like Call of Duty®: WWII’s War Mode, Payload pits two teams of 20 players against each other in a race against time for crucial intel, as these vehicles carry satellite parts that could help shift the balance of the war between Perseus and NATO.
BLACK OPS COLD WAR FREE MULTIPLAYER CONTENT:
Veterans of the franchise and newcomers alike will feel right at home with a returning classic map and intense new game modes.
- New Map: Rush Returns from Black Ops II
- New Modes: Capture the Flag and Paintball Moshpit
- New Playlists: Rush 24/7 and Cranked Moshpit
FREE BLACK OPS COLD WAR TRIAL NEXT WEEK
Want to experience the wealth of content in Black Ops Cold War, but aren’t yet an owner of the game?
From July 22 to July 29, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will have a Free Access period featuring various Multiplayer and Zombies experiences, including playlists around the new map Rush and the entirety of “Mauer Der Toten!” Those who play Warzone will find all their Black Ops Cold War weapons and global level progress intact within the trial, and any progress earned during the trial will carry right back over to Warzone.