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Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer Map List

The big reveal for the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War multiplayer showed us some of the maps that’ll be available in the Deniable Ops mode. This mode will require players to complete unique objectives on each map, and the levels are tuned around these goals.

Below we have a Black Ops Cold War map list for Deniable Ops. These are only the levels that have been revealed so far, and you can expect to see more in the final game when it’s released.

Black Ops Cold War Maps List

During the multiplayer reveal for Black Ops Cold War, Treyarch revealed five maps that will be used in Deniable Ops. We also saw footage of these levels being used in regular multiplayer and the new Combined Arms mode. It seems like there’ll be some variation with each level depending on what game type you’re playing, as well.

Armada

Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Armada Map

As the name suggests, Armada will have players fighting between US and Soviet naval vessels. Ziplines will connect the ships, and players will fight over possession of a prototype nuclear submarine near the center. This map is laneless, which should lead to some interesting tactics.

Crossroads

Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Crossroads Map

This large map will pit a Soviet ICBM convoy against a NATO ambush. The frozen level will allow players to utilize snowmobiles for fast movement as well as slower tanks.

Miami

Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Miami Map

CIA and DGI faceoff in 1980’s Miami. The thump of club music will be punctuated by gunfire and explosions as both sides attempt to claim a prison transport.

Moscow

Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Moscow Map

Spetsnaz assault a CIA safe house in the heart of the Russian capital. Both sides vie to secure the valuable NATO intel that has been left in the safehouse.

Satellite

Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Satellite Map

An American-made recon satellite has gone down in Angola. MI6 and DGI square off and attempt to secure the classified tech and the intel the satellite holds.