Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Campaign: How To Complete The Identity Crisis Mission On Veteran Difficulty

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is out now and is arguably one of the most complete releases in the history of the storied franchise.

The fifth chapter of the Black Ops sub-franchise sees a return to the height of the Cold War with a brand-new single-player campaign designed by Raven Software.

Players join legendary Black Ops characters Alex Mason, Frank Woods and Jason Hudson on the hunt of Perseus, a Soviet spy said to have infiltrated US intelligence and obtained a nuclear device.

After the events of Break on Through, one of the strangest Call of Duty missions ever seen, player-controlled operative Bell will wake up from the memory treatment administered by Adler.

In this guide, find a full walkthrough of the fourteenth mission of the Black Ops Cold War campaign: Identity Crisis.

Identity Crisis Mission Walkthrough

The memory treatment has worn off Bell and you begin the mission lying on the bed as Adler approaches.

He will ask you what Perseus said to you during the flashback and you can choose from a range of responses.

The team will then reveal some more details surrounding your past, reciting your history with Arash, the antagonist you captured in the early stages of the campaign.

Once the short cutscene has passed, you’ll have some more dialogue options to select as the team continue their questioning.

TIP: You can choose answers that are more aggressive than others or go with the flow of conversation. You can ask questions to learn more about your history but you’ll need to ask how your identity assists the rest of the team.

After the questioning, you’ll experience another flashback and remember signal activation location of Project Greenlight.

This leaves you with a MAJOR decision to make…

You can decide to tell Adler the truth which will trigger the Final Countdown mission or you can lie to him which will trigger Ashes to Ashes as the final mission.


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