The old gaming era is fading. The latest installment of the Call of Duty series, Modern Warfare, has had the opportunity to allow Cross-Play. One of the best features a video game could offer. Cross-Play feature in video games is always welcomed as it bolsters connections all around the globe. Those who play on different platforms can hop into a game together and share their unique gameplay experience. But, will there be a cross-play feature in Black Ops: Cold War?
Undoubtedly, the goal for the new installation would be to continue the fame of Modern Warfare and Warzone, which already supports cross-play. It would be entirely unreasonable for Treyarch to diminish the current state of success and stall the cross-play feature with the launch of Black Ops – Cold War.
A while ago, Black Ops – Cold War was teased by Treyarch. The video was set to private shortly after its exposure. Call of Duty’s official Twitter Profile has already confirmed the reveal of Black Ops Cold War.
Furthermore, today, the confirmation of the official world premiere was noted by Geoff Keighley. It will happen during Gamescom opening night on Thursday, at 8 PM CEST / 2 PM ET / 11 AM PT.
Black Ops Cold War is supposed to be a unique and modernized first-person shooter. It is expected to introduce a unique story and environment, as well as surprising gameplay that, in our opinion, shouldn’t differ too much from Modern Warfare and Warzone.
There’s no reason to import an exceptional amount of gameplay changes and go beyond Infinity Ward, even though there’s always room for improvement. If we go from there, we would suppose the new installment will bring different weaponry and other new features that will somewhat enhance MW and Warzone’s so-known experience.