Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War gets a new small update that makes the game finer which includes multiplayer, the League Play mode, and Zombies.
The Rapid Fire Moshpit playlist has been added to quick play in the Multiplayer, and this is the only change at that moment (though additional playlist updates could appear later in the week). The Guerrilla Warfare challenge for the multiplayer has been updated now, so now it can track kills from any weapon instead of only those weapons from players you have killed.
Now, the Helping Hand challenge can track Spy Plane scoring because it was not accurate before. The update fixes an issue with the competitive League Play mode that could cause names to appear blank. It also does fix another issue where players could be assigned a “broken” Ladder.
For the Zombies, the new March 8 update brings stability fixes for Objectives in the new Outbreak mode. It can also prevent a “graphics corruption” issue from occurring when using the Frenzied Guard field upgrade. You can check out the full patch note on the studio’s website.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War March 8 Patch Notes
- Rapid Fire Moshpit
- Added HC Rapid Fire Moshpit to Quick Play.
- Season Challenges
- The “Guerrilla Warfare” Season Challenge now tracks kills from any weapon that the player picks up, not only from weapons from players they’ve killed.
- Daily Challenges
- The “Helping Hand” Daily Challenge now properly tracks Spy Plane assist score.
- If the player gets incorrectly placed into a “broken” Ladder, playing another match will put the player into a functional Ladder.
- Addressed an issue that could cause other names on the Ladder to be blank.
- Added various stability fixes related to Objectives in Outbreak.
- Resolved an issue that prevented completing the objective if a player carrying a canister left a co-op match in progress.
- Resolved an issue that caused graphic corruption when using upgraded Frenzied Guard Field Upgrade.
- Addressed an issue where a player could not listen to three Radio Transmissions in “Firebase Z.”