Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War: Reduction of upcoming game files

Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War: Reduction of upcoming game files

Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War

In the young history of Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, one of the most discussed aspects by the community is undoubtedly the size of the game files. Having reached exaggerated peaks, the two titles have repeatedly put fans in difficulty, many of whom, to date, prefer not to uninstall the game from their systems anymore. Over the months Activision has intervened several times to improve the situation, and apparently a new reductive patch is about to arrive.

To date, no official communication has yet arrived from Activision, or from the teams that deal with COD, but a strong clue has started to circulate on the web. Thanks to a new update post on Twitter, the PlayStation Games Size account has unveiled the arrival of a new patch for Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War that will decrease the size of the game's files again.

Everything was unearthed by the same account, which noticed that in the past few hours a series of new updates have been added to the Sony servers related to the files of the COD saga. At the moment it has been reported the arrival of an update dedicated only to Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, which reduces the game file by 18 GB by installing the patch on PlayStation 5. Moreover, thanks to the post on Twitter it is possible to see that the patch will be 8 GB in size.

For now we only have information on Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War in PlayStation 4 and 5 version. No mention for the versions of the game dedicated to the Xbox console family or for the battle royale mode present in Warzone.

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Black Ops Cold War May Receive Slums & Plaza Remasters According To Leaker

We all love nostalgia, and Activision knows it. That’s why Call of Duty fans often receive map remasters from older titles with each new season of Cold War. So it should come as no surprise that a reliable leaker, CallofDutyHope, has revealed Slums and Plaza may be receiving remasters in Cold War.

Considering Cold War is a sequel to the original Black Ops, fans are rightly confused as to why Treyarch is remastering so many maps from Black Ops 2.

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    Black Ops 2 – Slums & Plaza

    Black Ops 2 is a Call of Duty title by Treyarch Studios, originally released in 2012. It is often deemed by fans as one of the greatest Call of Duty titles, so remastering maps from the popular shooter is a no brainer.

    Slums is a 6v6 Multiplayer map set in Panama in the 1980s. Like many Black Ops 2 maps, the layout is designed with a 3 lane system. One side of the map presents a more long-range, sniper friendly lane. Whilst the opposite side is denser and better for close-quarter combat. It was also remastered for Black Ops 4, check out images of the original map below.

    As for Plaza, it’s a much darker map set in a shopping mall complex on Colossus. The map is slightly more complex than Slums, but does still offer a standard 3 lane system. It is also nearly symmetrical in both spawn points. Many of the buildings allow players to enter or climb onto the roof to snipe people at distance.

    It has never received a remaster, so should the rumours be true, this will be Plaza’s first remaster. Check out images of the map below.

    Black Ops Cold War – More Remasters Inbound?

    According to Call of Duty leaker, CallofDutyHope, Plaza and Slums will be the next classic maps to receive the remaster treatment.

    The leaker isn’t certain if these remasters will arrive in Season 5 or 6 of Cold War, but does state that it’s possible other classic Call of Duty maps are also going to be remastered. In a follow-up tweet, he states that:

    “Summit is part of Weather Station which is most likely going to be an Outbreak map & it’s literally a BO4 port but Yamantau is way too similar imo to warrant Summit being a 6v6 map. Firing Range and Jungle ARE possible for S5/S6 as there is two spots left but I didn’t hear that.”

    However, a fellow Call of Duty leaker, TheMW2Ghost, claims that Yemen and/or Plaza will be arriving in Season 5 of Cold War. Both leakers are reliable sources and have been correct surrounding Call of Duty leaks in the past, but it appears we have some slightly contradicting results with this one.

    Both appear to agree on a Plaza remaster for Cold War, but it appears the second remastered map is slightly up in the air. Either way, fans can almost certainly expect some form of a remastered map in the next season of Cold War. But as always, remember to take leaks with a grain of salt. Nothing is official until it comes from the Call of Duty team themselves.

    When Is Cold War Season 5?

    The next season of Cold War and Warzone is expected to kick off around August 10th, as this is the date that the current Battle Pass expires. However, no official date has been released by Activision, Raven Software, or Treyarch Studios just yet.

    Would you like to see Cold War receive Slums and Plaza remakes in Season 5? Let us know!

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    Kyle is a Film and TV graduate from Coventry. He’s a PC enthusiast with a not so enthusiastic PC and is all about triple-A titles!