CoD: Black Ops Cold War Season 2 Starts on February 25

Call of Duty’s return to the Black Ops series with Cold War didn’t seem to be as satisfying as before so far. This may be due to the game’s setting, which is clearly less favorable being set in the past. Nevertheless, the game journeyed a somewhat successful path instead of meeting a blackout. With the addition of Warzone, it seems that every CoD title is deemed to be more successful than before. With that said and the successful yet buggy Season 1, the game’s ready to move to Season 2.

As a celebration of the upcoming Season 2, Treyarch has published a new cinematic trailer. Season two will include new surprises, including a new opponent called the Naga. Naga will most probably be a part of Warzone, as every previous encounter and connection between the multiplayer and battle royale clients.

Season 2 is ready to deploy on February 25, together with a brand new content update. Finally, with all the surroundings in perspective, it seems like Activision is prepared to publish a new Call of Duty title during 2021. While we’re short on details, based on recent info, Sledgehammer Games would be the leading developer of the 2021 CoD, and will most likely be connected with Warzone too.

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