Raven Software offers a deep dive into the shooter’s single player campaign.
When Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War launches in less than two weeks from now, millions of players are going to jump straight into the action with its multiplayer and Zombies components. But while those are, of course, major selling points for the game, so, too, is the single player campaign developed by Raven Software.
Recently, in a new update, the developer detailed three missions from the campaign, while also showing brief snippets from each (which you can view below). One of these is the first mission of the campaign, called Nowhere Left to Run. Taking place in Amsterdam, it re-introduces series veterans Woods and Mason, while also introducing Russell Adler. The mission goes from a chase across rooftops to a shootout to an set-piece moment on an airfield, which we actually saw in action not that long ago.
Fracture Jaw takes place in Vietnam. Frames within a flashback, the mission focuses on the mysterious antagonist Perseus, involves piloting a helicopter, and shootouts in jungles. Finally, there’s Desperate Measures, in which players infiltrate the KGB’s headquarters as a double agent, use various tools and technology, and are given multiple ways to complete the final objective.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War launches on November 13 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC, while the game will be integrated with Call of Duty: Warzone in December. If you’re planning on playing the game on PC, you’re gonna need to clear out a lot of storage space. Check out its system requirements through here.