A TikTok has discovered a way to easily achieve the Diamond camo on the M79 in Black Ops Cold War through a secret spot on Nuke town. A TikTok video by North Texas shows players how to easily achieve gold camo on the M79 special launcher in Black Ops Cold War.
Due to the low damage values and effectiveness of Flak Jacket, some launchers can take up to 3 shots to kill enemies in hardcore modes, which is problematic for obvious reasons. Luckily, a player has discovered a spot to get easy long shots and feeds with the weapon to expedite the tedious process.
We recommend lobby-surfing for hardcore games with players who aren’t running Flak Jacket, as this will make the process much faster. One player has demonstrated incredible patience to prestige in Black Ops Cold War without killing even a single person in the game.
One dedicated Call of Duty player opted to prestige in Black Ops Cold War in a very unconventional way. Call of Duty actively encourages its players to score as many kills as possible and offers all kinds of incentives for doing so.
So it seems remarkable that someone has been able to persevere for 37 hours of in-game time to achieve this, steering clear of any assist-giving damage and taking great care to avoid any accidental kills. Plus, in certain modes, it was great news for their teammates as Pilgore1 primarily focused on taking down enemy score streaks and completing the objective.
Objectives and “Clearing the sky” were the keys to victory, and you’d have to imagine they didn’t focus too much on Team Deathwatch and kill-heavy modes. We’re not saying that everyone needs to stop camping in a corner for a Sentry Turret (you’ve all done it), but it just goes to show that people can find new ways to enjoy Black Ops Cold War.
The Sniper’s Nest score streak may be arriving in Black Ops Cold War soon after a player’s video showed the existence of it. Despite the addition of the H.A.R.P score streak with Season 1, it seems that Trey arch could be welcoming the return of the Black Ops 4 Sniper’s Nest kill streak into BOW.
Black Ops Cold War already has a wealth of score streaks for players to use in matches, from the tactical Spy Plane to the simply devastating Gunship. Whether it’s due to unused assets from a previous Call of Duty, or because of future content that has conspicuously been left in, there is a likelihood that Sniper’s Nest does exist.
The MW2 OG Twitter page has been sent a video showing how one player managed to reveal this piece of information. Debuting in Black Ops 4, the Sniper’s Nest score streak allowed players to call in a helicopter with two absolutely pin-point marksmen that could laser enemies with one shot.
In Black Ops Cold War, Zombies introduces Ammo Mods as another way you can take the fight back to the undead Nazis. Ammo Mods, short for modifications, are Field Upgrades in Black Ops Cold War Zombies that change the way your bullets behave.
However, Ammo Mods can be purchased in-game from the robot-dummy on the edge of the Pack-A-Punch Chamber in Die Machine. Ammo Mods are useful in a number of scenarios, particularly at increasing the efficiency at which you kill enemies.
At the base Tier, Napalm Burst adds fire damage to bullets. More specifically, each bullet has a chance to apply a burn effect on normal enemies that deals 10% of their maximum health in fire damage over 5 seconds.
At Tier One, the initial burn effect of Napalm Burst is improved to instantly deal 5% of the enemies’ maximum health in fire damage. This means it will now deal 20% of the enemies maximum health over ten seconds.
At Tier One, Dead Wire adds an electrical field around stunned enemies. This makes Dead Wire an effective Armored for taking down large groups of enemies.
At the base Tier, Refreeze applies frost damage to your bullets. When affected, each bullet slows enemies by 30% of their run speed for 3 seconds.
At Tier One, Refreeze adds a modification that means slowed enemies take 25% more damage. At the base Tier, Brain Rot deals toxic damage to normal enemies.
I’d recommend doing this early on and upgrading it as you go, since being able to choose your own attachments is a fantastic way to maximize your salvage and loot drops. No more messing around then, here’s the ideal loadout you should be bringing with you into Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s Zombies mode.
With how this game’s Prestige and progression works, you’ll receive unlocks no matter what mode you play. So, we’re going with a maximized salvage and equipment drop rate in this loadout, which is massively beneficial throughout the game but especially in later rounds.
It takes a second or so to activate, but you’ll get the hang of it, and using your Ether Shroud is a LOT better than getting downed. When you start camping in corners to take out loads of zombies in later rounds, this bad boy will be an absolute godsend.
Of course, start rolling for the Ray Gun when money stops being an issue, as having this in your back pocket along with your Gallo SA12 will make you extremely hard for the undead to take down. The long-awaited return of Zombies mode in Call of Duty Cold War has a lot of fans excited.
It’s situated in Morass, a small area in the district of Pozna, Poland. You can obtain perks from the vending machines dotted around the map, and can upgrade them permanently with Rare Ethereum Crystals earned by completing special objectives in Zombies mode.
These are referred to in Cold War as Ammo Mods, and can be boosted by the upgraded Elemental Pop perk, which reduces Armored cooldowns and upgrades their skill tiers when you get it up to tier three. The Ammo Mods were found by Reddit user Nagios, and you can select any of them when you Pack-A-Punch your weapon.
You can also upgrade the rarity of the weapon you’re already holding, so if you like your setup but fancy a bit more damage, that’s always an option. They are based in the Zombies Dark Ether universe, and give you a bit of extra oomph when fighting the undead.
This includes salvage, armor, or equipment like flash bangs or frag grenades. You’ll be able to use a crafting table later on in the game to create resources from the salvage you collect.
You don’t always end the game with death in Cold War Zombies. Instead, you’ll have the option to email when things are getting dicey and gain extra rewards.
Nope, you’ll have to survive another bout of ultra Zombie stress to get out of there. The normal round ends, and you’re then tasked with reaching the email site on time.
Get to the area, clear out the huge number of Zombies swarming you, and get onto the chopper, earning extra XP and Raw Ethereum Crystals. Zombies will keep having their damage output increased, so you’ll really want to get your hands on the armor upgrades.
Unlike previous iterations of Zombies, in Call of Duty Cold War, you’ll be able to play as any operator you’ve unlocked in multiplayer mode. You’ll meet a load of characters, some trustworthy, some not, from both Requiem and their Soviet counterparts, Omega.