Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: First July Update is here

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: First July Update is here

Call of Duty

The Treyarch team has released the next update for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, which not only brings new playlists and another 2XP weekend, but also provides a preview of the contents of the upcoming mid-season update.

There is some nostalgia for Black Ops 2 fans with the "NukeJackes 24/7" playlist, which will offer different respawn modes on Nuketown '84 and Hijacked over the next few days. There's even more of the past in the "Throwback Moshpit" playlist. Here, Hijacked has been added to the map rotation with Raid, Express, Nuketown '84 and Standoff. The newest 12v12 map from Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War can be enjoyed by players in the "Collateral Combined Arms 24/7" playlist. The new additions of the week are finally rounded off with "Gunfight Blueprints". From 7pm today, players can also look forward to double XP and double weapon XP. The event is scheduled until July 6th at 7pm. The bonus applies to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Call of Duty: Warzone.

With the start of the new month, the developers are also hinting at the mid-season update. One of the highlights will be a new zombie map called "Wall of the Dead", which will probably be located in Berlin. According to Treyarch, there will be more information about the upcoming zombie map on the shooter's social media channels in the next few days. At the end of the message we have included the patch notes for the first July update of Black Ops Cold War.

Patch Notes / Update from 07/01/2021

Global - Operators

Restored the "Skyhook" Operator Skin for Park in the PlayStation® Combat Pack after addressing a related stability issue.

Multiplayer - Featured Playlists

NukeJacked 24/7 [NEW] (Also available in Hardcore) Collateral 24/7 (Combined Arms) [NEW] Throwback Moshpit [NEW] (Now includes Hijacked; also available in Hardcore) Gunfight Blueprints Face Off 6v6 (Also available in Hardcore) Party Games 12v12 Moshpit (Also available in Hardcore) Multi-Team: Elimination Multi-Team Moshpit

Zombies - Weapons

Addressed an issue that prevented aim assist from working as expected on the Pack-a-Punched version of the Nail Gun. Topography weapon camo challenges now properly for the nail gun.

Zombies - Stability

Fixed a stability issue related to the Hellhound and Plaguehound enemy tracking. Addressed an issue where the scoreboard would not appear after Exfil, Game Over, or ending the game. This also addressed a rare issue where the player could fall out of the helicopter after an Exfil.

Zombies - Outbreak

New Zombies tracks unlocked by the "Unknown Signal" World Event now appear in the Music Player.

Zombies - Dead Ops Arcade

Addressed an issue where treasure would spawn less than normal from chests and in the world.

Zombies - Featured Playlists

Outbreak Firebase Z Die Machine Cranked 2: No Time to Crank Dead Ops Arcade: First Person Dead Ops Arcade Onslaught (PlayStation) Onslaught Collateral (PlayStation) Onslaught Containment (PlayStation) Source: Treyarch


Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: First trailer for Season 4 loadVideoPlayer ('83917', '& sAdSetCsategory = article_featured', 16, '16: 9 ', false, 1375082, false, 276664, 260, false, 0, '', '', false); Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War from $ 64.99 (document) .ready (function () {ratgeber.getWidgetOutput ("b1b6b69a-4553-4a21-8dd8-a79eb86d8dc7", "rgTable-1", "table", "fallback");}); Advertisement: Order Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War now from Amazon

Call of Duty: Warzone hackers can now crash other players’ games with a dev error

© Provided by Dot Esports

The “dev error” that’s been plaguing Call of Duty: Warzone players on PC seemingly is now somehow being wielded as a weapon by hackers.

100 Thieves Warzone pro Tommey posted evidence of a random player joining his lobby and then immediately crashing his game with the dev error. To follow up on the occurrence, he rejoined the hacker, who began talking to him.

Tommey, who has a history of trying to expose hackers in Warzone publicly on his stream, was chasing down more information. When he joined back, the hacker asked if Tommey had any questions, who repeatedly said no.

“None?” the hacker said. “Zero? Not even like how I’m doing this?” And after a few seconds, Tommey’s game crashed with the dev error popping up, confirming his suspicions of what happened.

Right now, it appears that the players must be in the same lobby for the crash to work, so players can avoid the issue by being careful who they’re playing with and making their lobbies private. Still, though, it’s a scary thought.

For streamers like Tommey who play in big-money tournaments all the time, this could become a serious issue. Playing games online in front of thousands invites all kinds of people, even those with nefarious intent who could try to join their lobbies, crash their games, and prevent them from doing their jobs.

Raven Software’s Trello page, which tracks issues in Warzone, has no mention of the hack or what could be enabling it.

The post Call of Duty: Warzone hackers can now crash other players’ games with a dev error appeared first on Dot Esports.

Powered by Blogger.