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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombies could bring back a popular mode



Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombies could bring back a popular mode

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombies could soon expand to include a game mode that appeared earlier but then disappeared.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombies has yet to settle in terms of content e modality game and there is one in particular that could be back from previous chapters, a game option that hasn’t been seen for some time but is appreciated by a good part of users, that is Grief.

The modality in question, called in Italian “Ache”was introduced in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 but has not been reused since, however it may return again in the new chapter, according to some rumors by alleged insiders.

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There aren’t many details and it’s unclear what this belief comes from, but a Grief return is actually possible, considering how the modality had been. appreciated at the time. Grief, or Pain, is a multiplayer game option specifically related to Zombie mode that is structured in the style ofHorde also typical of other shooters, starting with Gears of War.

Players must fight in teams and try to resist as long as possible the waves of enemies that attack at intervals, in a progressive manner both in terms of amount of enemies and strength. Are present two teams and the aim is to try to make your own last longer than the opponent’s one, which can also be achieved by attacking the opponents directly, so there is also the possibility of direct confrontation between the teams.

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We therefore await further information on the subject, in the meantime it has emerged that Activision Blizzard will apply the Call of Duty model to all its franchises, which is not too surprising considering that the series has generated a total of over 27 billion dollars in revenues.