Black Ops Cold War Zombies: Unified Progression And Battle Pass Details Unveiled
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Black Ops Cold War Zombies: Unified Progression And Battle Pass Details Unveiled

Jonno Nicholson
2 October 2020

We stand united!

After the Easter Egg was cracked, the first official details surrounding Black Ops Cold War Zombies has gone live!

The nine-minute trailer features a wealth of insight from the minds at Treyarch that have constructed a brand-new Zombies universe set in the Cold War.

Details surrounding the story, characters, weapons, a brand-new exfil option and more were confirmed as fans got their first glimpse of Black Ops Cold War Zombies in action.

With so many details to take in, you may have missed some key information regarding Zombies, the Battle Pass and a new unified progression system throughout the entire game.

The Battle Pass

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Grind through the tiers while playing Zombies!

The return of the Battle Pass has already been confirmed for Black Ops Cold War.

In a similar way to how Modern Warfare linked the Battle Pass across Multiplayer and Warzone, Treyarch has gone a step further, enabling game time spent in Zombies to contribute to the progress of the Battle Pass.

This means that whether you’re playing Multiplayer, Warzone and now Zombies, you will always be moving up through the tiers of the Battle Pass.

Alongside this, Treyarch also revealed that Zombies will include “free post-launch content.” Could this tie in with some exclusive content for the Battle Pass?!

Unified Progression

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Level progression will be shared throughout Black Ops Cold War

During the video, it was revealed that there will not be a separate progression in Black Ops Cold War Zombies.

The game will feature a progression system which will see level progression and your loadouts carry over to every single mode available in the game.

This means that your multiplayer and Warzone classes will be available to use when fending of endless waves of the undead.

This is similar to what Infinity Ward did with Modern Warfare, tying in progression for both multiplayer and Warzone.

Treyarch has done its best to unify the entirety of Black Ops Cold War and it will be extremely interesting to see how it plays out when the game releases on November 13th!

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