Black Ops Cold War Double XP starts today

Good news for Call of Duty fans as we enter a new year. The Call of Duty players: Black Ops Cold War and Call of Duty: Warzone can enjoy Double Exp from 10 am HP today.

The Double XP event will be available until January 4 at 10:00 am, which gives fans a fantastic opportunity to rank and gain prestige.

Finissons 2020 in beauty.

Everyone gets 2xp #blackopscoldwar and #warzone all weekend, from New Year’s Eve. Pic.twitter.com/udc3dsxomb

  • Studios Treyarch (@treyarch) December 29, 2020

Earlier this week, Treyarch revealed a new update of the playlist. Nuketown Holiday and Raid cards are available in autonomous reading lists. These two cards are fantastic to classify because they are tiny and the action is implacable.

Now inhabits #blackopscoldwar:

• 3V3 elite shooters only [New]
• Raid 24h / 24 and 7d / 7
• Nuketown Holiday 24h / 24 and 7d / 7
• Hunt for accessories pic.twitter.com/4ki2gbcsxf

  • Studios Treyarch (@treyarch) December 29, 2020

The double XP will be posted on December 31 at 12 ht and will be available until 4 January at 12 ht.

The fans of Call of Duty do not seem to appreciate the cold war as much as they enjoyed the previous game of Call of Duty, Modern Warfare. But as our critic suggested, the game has improved since its launch and nothing causes excitement like a dual XP weekend.

Our opinion was published in November where we said, Treyarch quickly faced development problems during the pandemic. To a certain extent, it is seen. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War does not inform themselves. It simply gives Call of Duty fans more than they are used to playing year after year. At the same time, Cold War is really a nice experience with more than 100 GB of content that will benefit from continuous support and free content long after the publication of this opinion. In short, better days to come. Cold War will again be considered the must-see shooting game of this holiday season. Well Named. Do not expect something incredibly revolutionary.

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