Activision have officially delayed the first season of Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War. The publisher have set a new release date - December 16, 2020. They also confirmed that the legendary Black Ops II Raid map will be included in the update.
The rumours which suggested that Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War's first season is set for a minor delay were true. Today, Activision officially announced that Season One will launch on December 16, not December 10, 2020, as previously anticipated.
"The release date of Season One across the new Black Ops Cold War and free-to-play, free-for-everyone Warzone has been moved from December 10 to December 16," Activision announced.
Furthermore, they shared some new details regarding this major content update. There's a new Warzone map and mode at launch and as expected, players will also get access to over 30 weapons from Black Ops Cold War.
As for Black Ops Cold War, Activision promise an incredible amount of free content including new Multiplayer maps, new and fan-favourite 6v6 modes and playlists, the return of 2v2 Gunfight with four new maps, and a massive new Fireteam map. The legendary Call of Duty: Black Ops II 6v6 map known as Raid will be ready to play in Black Ops Cold War at Season One launch.
Last but not least, expect some new modes for Zombies, new Season Challenges, free-to-acquire weapons and the full cross-title launch of the Seasonal Prestige system, which features up to 1000 Season Levels to progress through.
You can find more details about Black Ops Cold War's season one here.