Telephone Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has actually now been formally revealed completely, and also though its multiplayer disclose will not be coming till September 9, Activision have actually confirmed some essential basic details regarding that side of the experience.

In the press launch sent out by the author announcing the game, Activision validated that Call of Obligation: Black Ops Cold War will support cross-platform play and also cross-platform progression throughout every system it will certainly be available on. This, obviously, doesn’t come as a surprise, given that Call of Responsibility: Modern War supports cross-play and cross-progression too, however it’s great to have confirmation that Cold Battle will be doing so as well, especially with next-gen gaming consoles appearing this year.

Meanwhile, Activision have actually likewise verified– also unsurprisingly– that Black Ops Cold War will share unified progression with Warzone, similar to Modern War, which is something they’ve claimed would hold true a few times over the last couple of weeks. Existing Warzone gamers will certainly still have access to all previously gained Modern War material such as Operators and also Weapon Blueprints even after Cold Battle’s launch.

Lastly, a Battle Pass system has actually additionally been verified, as you would certainly anticipate, and it will include post-launch material using new multiplayer maps and also modes, brand-new Zombies experiences, and in-game neighborhood occasions.

It will likewise be readily available on PS5 and Xbox Collection X when they release, however won’t sustain complimentary next-gen upgrades, and will certainly be $10 costlier on the next-gen gaming consoles.

Extensive information on Black Ops Cold War’s campaign have actually likewise been revealed, covering everything from player choice and also numerous ends to the narrative premise as well as character production. Ultimately, it’s also been verified that the video game will certainly have a large file size of over 100 GB.