Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is altering issues up subsequent week with the launch of a brand new model of the Miami multiplayer map. As introduced by developer Treyarch on Twitter, the brand new model has a “close-quarters” format and has been designed as a 6v6 map. What’s extra, this map takes place within the daytime versus nighttime from the unique model.
To present gamers each alternative to play the map, Treyarch is making a 24/7 playlist for Miami Strike when the map releases subsequent week.
Solar’s up, weapons up. Miami Strike involves 6v6 subsequent week with a brand new close-quarters format and 24/7 playlist. pic.twitter.com/umoaxxfYPq
— Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) March 24, 2021
The unique Miami map was criticized by gamers for being too darkish, making it tough to trace enemies. The map can be very huge, so matches typically get minimize off by time as a substitute of kill depend. It makes for merely not a really enjoyable expertise operating across the map to search out enemies.
It appears Treyarch has listened to the suggestions and is responding with a brand new model of Miami. As you possibly can see within the video above, the full dimension of the playable areas has been minimize down, which ought to result in quicker engagements. Different new components seem to have been added to the Strike model of Miami as effectively.
It is not exactly clear when Miami Strike can be added to Black Ops Chilly Conflict, however Treyarch has teased a mid-season update is coming next week, so it may very well be included in that. As for what’s on the instant horizon for Black Ops Chilly Conflict, take a look at GameSpot’s rundown of all the new modes, events, and store bundles in Black Ops Cold War this week.