Call Of Duty: What's New In Black Ops Cold War And Warzone This Week?

Here's a rundown of the new playlists and store bundles available now in Black Ops Cold War and Warzone.

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It's a new week, and that means Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and the battle royale game Warzone are being updated once again with new playlists and store bundles.

Activision outlined everything that's new in both games in a blog post, and you can see all the important announcements right here.

Black Ops Cold War

For Black Ops Cold War, developer Treyarch is adding the 3v3 Gunfight playlist on January 28. This time, however, it has a special twist: it's snipers only. Two teams of three square off with random sniper loadouts. First team to win six rounds wins the game. The supported maps include Game Show, ICBM, KGB, and U-Bahn.

In addition to this new playlist, the Nuketown 24/7, Face Off, and Prop Hunt modes remain in rotation.

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Black Ops Cold War And Warzone Bundles

If you're looking to spend some money this week, Activision is releasing two more paid bundles on January 28, the first of which is called Tracer Pack Rogue. This is a spider-themed bundle that includes a new Shadow Operator skin for the operator Portnova, along with two new weapons that have red tracer dots, the Widowmaker SMG and the Entanglement tactile rifle. A new charm called Lady in Red is also included in the bundle, along with an emblem called Widow's Grasp. This bundle goes on sale on January 28.

The other new bundle is called Deadly Grip. It comes with two weapon blueprints, including the Milano 821 variant, Mahogany, and the Hauer 77 special weapon called Chestnut. The bundle also includes a new Covert Operator skin and two stickers. Also bundled in it is the Lionheart emblem and the Shortcut finishing move. This bundle goes on sale on January 31.

Check out the images in the gallery above to get a closer look at some these weapons.

In other news, the next map for Black Ops Cold War's Zombies mode, Firebase Z, launches for free for everyone on February 4.

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