Black Ops Cold War: What Is A Blueprint, How To Get And Use Them
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Black Ops Cold War: What Is A Blueprint, How To Get And Use Them

Nick Farrell
16 November 2020

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Black Ops Cold War is off to a flying start.

The game has now been released all over the world for a few days now, and players are having a chance to check out all the fantastic game modes.

This includes the multiplayer component of the game; which has a lot of content within.

One aspect that was introduced last year that has made a return this year is blueprints.

These dandy prints allow you to use some of the most powerful combinations in the game for your weapons, as well they have some stellar camos.

Here's a brief rundown of what they are! 

 

What Are They 

Originally introduced in Warzone earlier in the year, blueprints are essentially custom made weapons that you can use for any weapon.

Over the course of Modern Warfare's lifespan, players were able to unlock a wide array of blueprints.

All of these ranged in rarity and offered some amazing attachment combinations.

Furthermore, some of these blueprints had one of a kind camos for that specific blueprint.

Now, Treyarch has taken this model and implemented it into their title, and players already have access to some.

 

How To Get Them 

As of writing, there are currently 13 blueprints within Black Ops Cold War.

Most of these blueprints however are only obtainable through special conditions.

If you pre-ordered the digital edition of Black Ops Cold War, you were granted both the Iron Curtain and Western Front blueprint. 

As well, for checking out the beta; players were granted the Mutal Aminosity blueprint.

 

Future Ones

We can assume Treyarch is gearing up to release a ton of blueprints with the release of season one on December 10th.

These will probably be best used for the upcoming Warzone game mode, which is also going to be added on the tenth.

Stay tuned for more news in the coming weeks! 

 

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