Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: Exclusive content for PS4 / PS5 with Season 4 Reloaded

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: Exclusive content for PS4 / PS5 with Season 4 Reloaded

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Fans are looking forward to the start of Season 4 Reloaded in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The new free content will start on July 15 at 6 a.m. The update required for this is already available on the individual platforms - the download size is between 11 and 21 gigabytes. You can find out what content is waiting for you in a roadmap recently published by the developers for Season 4 Reloaded. PlayStation players, however, can look forward to "exclusive content", as Sony announced on the PlayStation blog.

Players on PS4 and PS5 will have access to the Map Rush known from Black Ops 2 in the exclusive Onslaught mode. "Defend yourself against countless zombie attacks on this classic map and quickly go into battle with the new Onslaught Accelerated Playlist. There, the huge Dark Aether Orb is moving on and on and new opponents kept appearing," writes Sony. Play the PS-exclusive Onslaught mode with a friend. If you survive the 20 zombie waves, you will unlock the Chemtaminate LMG blueprint. By the way: Rush can also be played in classic multiplayer mode at the start of Season 4 Reloaded. The map is designed for 6v6 battles.

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'Undetectable' Call of Duty: Warzone Hack Cancelled By Its Creator

Activision has pre-emptively blocked the release of an 'undetectable' cheat system. The publisher requested that development of the system be terminated after seeing footage of it running in Call of Duty: Warzone.

PCGamer reported on the cheat, known as User Vision Pro, that was an aim assist and auto-fire cheat – footage of the system in action subsequently spread, showing the effect on Call of Duty: Warzone play. The system was billed as being “undetectable”, “unstoppable”, and capable of running on any game on console or PC, due to the script running on a different computer to the game, meaning that no game files would be altered, allowing it to slip through anti-cheat software.


The fact that Call of Duty: Warzone was the game being used to show off the cheat software forced Activision into action. After forcing takedowns of videos featuring User Vision Pro, Activision subsequently told creator User101 to close the website associated with the cheat and cease development on it. User101 released the following statement:

'This statement was not required. However, at the request of Activision Publishing, Inc (“Activision”), I will no longer be developing or providing access to software that could be used to exploit their games. My intent was never to do anything illegal. At the end of the video that brought so much attention to this project, it stated 'coming soon'. The software was never published.

'This type of technology has other actual assistive benefits, for example, by pointing a webcam at yourself you could control movement without the use of limbs. Unfortunately, because of its potential negative impact I will not be developing it further.'

Footage of the system was also shared via the Anti Cheat Police Department Twitter account, which helped to circulate knowledge of the cheat more widely, and to warn players that it was in development. The account was concerned at how cheating is becoming the norm in console games, and the potential problems that this software could bring to competitive multiplayer games on console.

User Vision Pro never actually got released to the public, so it seems like Activision got there just in time to stop this cheat from becoming widespread. As Activision’s flagship title, Call of Duty: Warzone has had to focus on protecting its player base from cheaters or hackers, and the game has successfully banned 500,000 cheaters since launch. The increased focus on the game means that it now also has the vast majority of Activision’s development studios working on it.

Liam Wiseman is a Freelance News writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @liamthewiseman