Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War: All Maps Confirmed And Rumoured In COD 2020
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Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War: All Maps Confirmed And Rumoured In COD 2020

Chris Trout
9 September 2020

Here are all of the confirmed and rumoured maps arriving in Black Ops Cold War.

Black Ops Cold War is fast approaching and flurry of leaks have given us an idea of what maps will be included in this year's Call of Duty game.

With it being a Black Ops game, we can expect some Cold War-themed maps in the Open Beta and the return of some iconic locations.

Here are the confirmed maps in Black Ops Cold War.

All Confirmed Maps In COD 2020

So far, only a few maps have been leaked, here are the rumoured maps so far:

  • Black Sea
  • Cartel
  • K.G.B.
  • Miami (confirmed)
  • Moscow
  • Satellite, Angola (confirmed)
  • Tank
  • Tundra
  • Nuketown
  • Jungle
  • Summit
  • Firing Range
  • Armada, North Atlantic (confirmed)
  • Moscow, Ural Mountains (confirmed)
  • Crossroads, Uzbekistan (confirmed)

Maps are going back to the classic 3-lane setup and are aiming to be "less cluttered".

Armada features three ships in the North Atlantic Seas and are connected by zip-lines.

Crossroads is set in Uzbekistan.

Miami is set in a colourful South Beach resort.

Satellite is set in the desert of Angola.

Moscow takes place in the Russian Ural Mountains.

One Ground War map is a massive ice map, featuring a three laned map. This includes a big frozen lane in the middle, a forest on the left side and plenty of bunkers and a train on the right.

This map will include vehicles such as snowmobiles and tanks while being set in Vietnam. It also has a powerful flamethrower weapon.

As for 6v6 maps? One map is described to have a warehouse, with a gigantic open field in the centre. It also features a sniper tower and a river that runs from one spawn to another.

It's just not a Black Ops title unless Nuketown makes an appearance, you can expect to see a version of this chaotic model village as a core map or pre-order bonus.

Although COD fans are hopeful to see plenty of new content, the reality is that development time has been drastically cut, so it is expected that a significant portion of the maps will be remade or inspired variations.

Large player modes are set to return, with Ground War games hosting 64 player lobbies (32 vs 32) - games will have 5 flags just like Modern Warfare.

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