Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Season 5 will be launched next week on August 12, where you will be able to play as a double agent.
As a double agent Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, You will set bombs on the map or destroy undercover agents.
Again, you can also be assigned as an agent, and you will be responsible for finding double agents.
There are also investigators who need to find clues to help their other agents.
It works by assigning dual agents to each game, where they destroy missions. You need to communicate, investigate and expose traitors, or successfully eliminate the investigative team to win.
It starts with a maximum of ten players in the lobby, who are assigned one of the three roles mentioned above. These characters also have a unique combination of skills and content in each round.
Double agents can use gas mines, anti-spy planes, combat bows, and attack helicopters. They can also prevent radiation from the bombs they set.
Investigators can use the trophy system, stimshots and hand cannons. When checking the location of the player’s death, they can also see the footprints of the attacker. Investigators can also issue wanted orders for players they consider suspicious.
Each player starts with a pistol, and weapon equipment will be introduced in the preparation phase. All players can obtain weapons in different areas of the map.
Treyarch strongly recommends using voice chat when playing this mode.
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