Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: First tests online - ratings & conclusions on the first person shooter

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: First tests online - ratings & conclusions on the first person shooter
Just in time for the release, the first tests of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War go online. For a better overview, we summarize the ratings and conclusions of the international magazines at this point. The website Metacritic, which lists the individual reviews of the press, served as the basis for this article. Black Ops Cold War is currently 83 percent on PS4 and 86 percent on the PS5 version. There are no ratings for PC and Xbox so far. Note that the average ratings may change in the coming days if additional tests go online.

You can read our test of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War at this link. There are plus points for an excitingly staged plot, pretty graphics and a successful zombie mode. We distribute point deductions for campaign sections that sometimes seem unkind and for a very linear action despite decisions that can be made. The magazine Gamepro.de writes in its test that one of the best CoD campaigns has been waiting for players for years. "I liked the campaign, for example, so much that I started it again straight away after playing it through for the first time," says the conclusion.

More impressions from the first Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War- You can read tests below. In our news area we keep you up to date with the latest news. Have a look at our tricks section: We have a guide ready for the locations of the evidence in the Black Ops Cold War campaign. The first person shooter is available today for PC and consoles. At the start there were server downtimes and disconnections. (buy now € 53.99)

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War - test overview

Hobby Consolas - 90 (PS5)

Black Ops Cold War delivers one of the best campaigns in the Call of Duty saga, alongside multiplayer, zombies and a perfect integration with Warzone.

Gaming Trend - 90 (PS4)

Black Ops has absolutely returned with a vengeance. The fast, frantic pace is still there, and the gunplay is still just as great as you remember it. While the campaign may be the weakest part of an overall phenomenal package, it's still very satisfying and the espionage narrative packs a punch. The modes people are going to play the most, multiplayer and zombies, are the strongest parts of Black Ops Cold War, and offer the best first person shooter gameplay in video games. PS4 and Xbox One players may be missing out on several improvements offered by the next-gen systems and PC, but it's not enough to detract from an amazing experience. My appetite for Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is definitely growing, and like Duran Duran, "I'm hungry like the wolf".

Game Informer - 88 (PS5)

If Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War excels at anything, it's options. This isn't uncommon for a Call of Duty title, but with a vast array of game modes for myriad player profiles and a fun campaign that retains a summer-blockbuster feel while getting weird and wild, the ride is a good one.

Everyeye.it - ​​85 (PS5)

Although solid and convincing overall, the technical sector shows a few more flaws than that of the last Call of Duty, while the promise of virtuous and free post- launch support for all bodes well for the near future of the title.

Hardcore Gamer - 80 (PS5)

As a next-gen launch title, the presentation delivers excellent lighting and effects across its campaign, but multiplayer does get hit with a visual downgrade. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is a reliable package that brings the Black Ops franchise back to its roots. This Call of Duty is safe to declassify.

COGconnected - 79 (PS4)

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War doesn't innovate in any big way. It merely gives Call of Duty fans more of what they have been accustomed to playing year after year. At the same time, Cold War is truly an enjoyable experience delivering over 100 gigs of content that'll get ongoing support and free content long after this review is posted. In short, better days ahead. Cold War will once again be considered the must-have shooter this holiday season. Deservedly so. Just don't expect anything incredibly groundbreaking.



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