Black Ops Cold War players sometimes have to deal with a lot of frustration. However, one player in particular has had the worst experience on Cold War’s Nuketown map.
Have you ever experienced a Call of Duty match where it feels like you’re just not having fun? These kinds of games can leave a lasting impression and can make you want to take a break from the game.
Take a look at one player’s struggle with a group of extremely infuriating enemies.
Black Ops Cold War Toxic Match
Toxicity and Call of Duty is a well-established concept, I’m sure most players have come across some form of toxicity in Cold War. However, one Cold War Player has shared his experience in one particularly terrible match.
The match in question features one of Black Ops’ most famous maps, Nuketown. Nuketown is a popular map due to its small size which often leads to a lot of fast-paced action.
The reason many Cold War players enjoy Nuketown is due to the fact it’s easy to rack up killstreaks and it thrusts players straight into the action. Due to its size, however, there are some rather frustrating drawbacks.
For example, with the map being one of the smallest, players find that they often respawn, only to be immediately killed again. Obviously, this is never fun for any Cold War player.
Furthermore, Cold War has some serious balancing issues that players have to deal with. Some fans have had to come up with their own methods, such as this player’s incredible Flak Jacket nerf suggestion.
The clip in question comes from Reddit, user TZWhitey shared his “most sickening game” which shows off just how frustrating Cold War can be at times.
The clip shows a well-co-ordinated clan spawn trapping and completely sucking the fun out of the match. The weapons and killstreaks being used are also known to be extremely difficult to deal with.
Overall, the experience in this Nuketown match is one that any Cold War player will want to avoid.
Black Ops Cold War Worst Multiplayer Match Ever
The clip has to go down as one of the most toxic multiplayer matches we’ve seen in a while. Furthermore, TZWhitey shows just how bad a multiplayer match can get as a Cold War player.
Cold War certainly has its problems, like this Bullfrog blueprint that some have argued is actually “Pay To Lose”. However, this clip shows how when a game does not have the proper balance, chaos can quickly ensue.
Take a look at the clip down below to witness the frustration first-hand. No Cold War player would be able to deal with this kind of match for long:
As you can see, the spawn trapping is the biggest concern in this Nuketown match, however, pair that with lots of HARP killstreaks and you’ve got one terrible time on your hands.
There’s very little one can do in matches like these, but kudos to this Cold War player for sticking it out and enduring a hellish multiplayer match.
It’s not only Cold War’s casual side that is frustrating some players, similarly, but Cold War League Play is also experiencing this ridiculously game-breaking bug.
The frustrations of many Cold War players are apparent, many fans are demanding game fixes instead of new content. It appears that Cold War is still in need of a bit of TLC.
You can check out Cold War players raging at match quitters in League Play here, overall the competitive scene is not doing so well currently.
Furthermore, if you haven’t seen it already, Activision has announced everything coming in Season 2 of Black Ops Cold War, including new exciting weapons, operators, and more.
You may also be interested in checking out Treyarch’s reveal of the new Zombie mini-boss coming to Cold War’s Outbreak mode. It certainly looks like a force to be reckoned with.