Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has just released the January 28 Playlist Update for the game. Playlists are a set of game modes that you can play, with each having a different twist. Currently, Prop Hunt, Nuketown 24/7, Raid, and a 24/7 Sanatorium playlist have returned to Warzone. Season One Reloaded will be continuing till the 4th of February.
Playlists in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will constantly change with each rotation introducing a new game mode every time. 24/7 map game modes will be a constant fixture. So, if you want to grind XP to level up, these maps are the perfect place to do so.
Black Ops Cold War January 28 Playlist
Treyarch’s official Twitter page has already mentioned the entire Playlist rotation. You can play on any of these in Cold War by heading on over to the Playlist section in the Main Menu. Here’s the entire Black Ops Cold War Playlist:
- Snipers Only Moshpit
- Sanatorium 24/7
- Raid + Crossroads Strike 24/7
- Prop Hunt
The two most popular modes, Gunfight and Face-Off, have not been replaced and are still available. However, the developers have hinted that both of these might be removed very soon. So, if you are a fan of these modes, play them to your heart’s content in the coming weeks!
Warzone January 28 Playlist
Call of Duty: Warzone has also received its dose of Playlist updates. Players will be delighted to know that Verdansk BR is back, with Rebirth Island being removed for now. You should be able to grind a lot of Weapon XP in all of these game modes as they are quite fast-paced even compared to COD’s generally ludicrous standards. Here’s the complete change list:
- Verdansk BR – Buy Back Quads (Jan 28 – Feb 1)
- Plunder – Blood Money Trios
- Rebirth Island – Resurgence Trios
- Plunder – Blood Money Quads
- Rebirth Island – Resurgence Duos, Mini Royale Quests
The January 28 Playlist Update has turned out to be quite an appreciated change from the fans. With the addition of Verdansk BR in Warzone and Prophunt in BOCW, this is turning out to be quite an exciting season. Stay tuned for more news!