call-of-duty:-black-ops-cold-war-review-—-an-old-school-shooter-held-back-by-modern-ideals

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War review — An old school shooter held back by modern ideals

Black Ops Cold War Review Promo ArtI’ve spent my last week or so playing through Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War in preparation for this review. It’s been a refreshing change of pace after what can only be described as a mixed year with Modern Warfare. I’ve finished the campaign and reached first prestige on multiplayer, so I’d say it’s about time I gave my thoughts.
As a heads up, I don’t intend to mention any major spoilers but a couple of the campaign’s missions will be referenced. If you want to go into Black Ops Cold War‘s campaign completely blind, then feel free to skip straight to the multiplayer section of this review.
 
A familiar story
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War follows the story of Bell, an American CIA operative fighting in the Cold War. Bell’s team consists of several high-ranking CIA officials including Russell Adler, Alex Mason, and Frank Woods. They all share one common goal: taking down Perseus. Perseus is a Soviet spy responsible for…

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