Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and Warzone both received an update yesterday. This update has nerfed the DMR 14 for the second time in a week for the battle royale experience, meanwhile it has also added a new mode named Dropkick to the newest Call of Duty game. However, there’s plenty more to come, and here you’ll find the release date for the Firebase Z Zombies map, and you’ll also find the entire roadmap for the mid-season update.
In addition to the DMR having been nerfed, more good news for the Warzone community is that the unlimited stim glitch has also been patched out. This is good news as the stim glitch was making the game neigh unplayable because of how it easy it was for cheaters to win without needing to kill anyone by staying in areas full of gas.
While hopefully Warzone will be a lot better now thanks to the DMR nerf and stim glitch patch, below you’ll find the release date for the Firebase Z Zombies map.
Black Ops Cold War mid-season update roadmap
A mid-season update for Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Season One has been delivered with a roadmap for further additions.
This mid-season update has added a new map named Sanatorium to Black Ops Cold War in addition to a new mode named Dropkick, but the roadmap reveals that there’s plenty more still to come.
There’s a new weapon named the Wakizahi that is now live in addition to a fresh Zombies mode named Cranked.
Furthermore, there is free access to Black Ops Cold War Zombies from now until January 21st.
In regard to what the near future holds, a new Operator will be added to the game on January 21st, and her name is Zenya.
The Express multiplayer map will also be added on February 4th, which is also when the Firebase Z map will be released.
When is the Black Ops Cold War Firebase Z release date?
The release date for the new Zombies map in Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, Firebase Z, is February 4th.
When the above release date comes about, Black Ops Cold War players will be able to enjoy the Firebase Z Zombies map which is said to be the next chapter.
Per Activision’s blog post, the site of Projekt Endstation was destroyed after investigating the Dark Aether anomaly in Poland.
The Requiem Response team spearheaded by Grigori Weaver will now turn their attention to the latest outbreak site, Firebase Z.
Check out Activision’s blog post to fully see the Black Ops Cold War mid-season update roadmap.