Black Ops Cold War mocked Miami’s austerity version.
call-of-duty: Black Ops Cold War Will receive the mid-term update of Season 2 next week. One of the new features that multiplayer fans are looking forward to is a smaller and closer quarter version of the map of Miami.
Black Ops Cold War players have always had a love-hate relationship with Miami. Many people think it’s too big for the standard 6v6, but others like the speed changes it offers compared to other game release maps.
Treyarch apparently agrees with the two, because the developers will leave the current Miami as is, while launching a smaller version of the same map-called Miami Strike-during the mid-season update.
When Treyarch first announced the news, the community thought that the minor version would only delete some parts, but our first look at Miami Strike showed that there is actually more content.
Treyarch put down the video below to show the layout of “Miami Strike”. As you can see, the developer has made several changes to the way the stream is not just reduced.
The sun rises and the shot is fired. Next week, the Miami Strike will enter 6v6 with a new melee area layout and 24/7 playlist. pic.twitter.com/umoaxxfYPq
-Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) March 24, 2021
In addition to the Miami strike, the mid-season update will also add another map to the “zombie outbreak” mode. Prior to this, both Black Ops Cold War and Warzone were running XP/Weapon XP/Battle Pass XP at the same time this weekend.