Season Two for Black Ops Cold War is live across all platforms.
Alongside all of the new content, Black Ops developer Treyarch has also revealed details on a new playlist that is set to go live as part of the March 4th update.
Find out everything you need to know about the Rapid Fire playlist in this article!
Rapid Fire Playlist Black Ops Cold War
Although the title of the playlist does suggest some form of changes to how fast your weapon fires, the Rapid Fire playlist arriving to Black Ops Cold War is a selection of small maps that lend themselves to close-quarters and fast-paced action.
The newest addition to the map pool, Apocalypse, will feature alongside Nuketown ’84, Crossroads Strike, Raid, Express, and Garrison, providing the perfect pool of maps for players that love constant action on the battlefield.
As for game modes, the playlist will contain the usual suspects that often feature in 24/7 and Moshpit playlists. Team Deathmatch, Kill Confirmed, Domination, and Hardpoint will all feature in this particular playlist, providing a healthy mix of objective-based and kill-based game modes.
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Rapid Fire Playlist Release Date
The playlist will be implemented into Black Ops Cold War multiplayer on March 4th as part of Treyarch’s weekly update.
Once it’s live, it will appear on the main multiplayer menu.
To jump straight into a match, select the playlist and you will load into the action in no time at all!
Rapid Fire Playlist Best Weapons
To get the upper hand over the opposition in the Rapid Fire playlist, selecting the right weapon to use can be critical.
Considering all of the maps are relatively small, a fast-firing SMG such as the AK-74u or the LC10 will be ideal for close-quarters combat.
In the event of wanting to use something different, the FARA 83 assault rifle is perfect for taking down opponents in mid-range duels thanks to its minimal recoil and deadly stopping power.
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