Black Ops Cold War’s Season 1 is almost here, and new Operators and skins are already leaking for the game.
Despite Black Ops Cold War’s Season 1 update initially being set to release in a couple of days, players will have to wait to get their hand on additional content. However, that doesn’t mean we don’t know what’s coming.
In fact, a series of new leaks reveal some very stylish looking Cold War Operators will be arriving in Season 1. Now that a new pre-season update for Cold War is here, dataminers have been quick to uncover what’s coming to the game.
It seems that Treyarch has been hard at work on the cosmetic front and players will be able to splash some cash for Operator outfits. Here are all the Operators and skins we know about so far.
Black Ops Cold War Season 1 – All New Operators
Thanks to Black Ops Cold War leaker Cheezburgerboys on Twitter, we already have an idea of what’s to come. First of all, there’s the case of 3 brand new Operators in Black Ops Cold War.
New masked Operator Stitch made his appearance in the recent Black Ops Cold War Season 1 trailer. According to early reports, he may be the only character appearing in Cold War’s first Season Pass.
Bulldoze and Zeyna will also be found in store bundles, however, bringing some new faces into the fight. Once unlocked, these Operators can be brought into online Multiplayer, Zombies, and even Warzone.
New Operator Skins in Black Ops Cold War Season 1
Alongside the new Operators, though, we have a lot of new appearances for existing characters. Starting with Stitch, the new Cold War Operator comes with a range of alternative skins.
On top of that, we also have a range of additional costumes for our favorite Cold War Operators. This includes a very stylish cowboy variant of Adler.
We’re sure this is just the beginning for the Black Ops Cold War cosmetic items too. Judging by the leaks, only a few of these skins will be making it into the Season 1 Battle Pass.
The rest will have to be purchased from the in-game store for real money, in a similar manner to Warzone’s cosmetic system. They’re likely soon to be joined by cosmetics from Cold War’s Christmas update.
The Call of Duty League is also getting some representation, despite a rocky start to the competitive scene. After making the switch from console to PC, the Call of Duty League already has a serious hacker problem.
If everyone was wearing that bright white CDL hoodie, it would certainly help with Black Ops Cold War’s visibility problems. However, whether these issues will still be a problem on Cold War’s new Season 1 maps, we don’t yet know.
In other recent news, changes to SBMM could also be coming to Cold War soon. Skill-Based Matchmaking has been a lot of players’ biggest complaint with the game so far.
Right now, players can lower their SBMM level in Black Ops Cold War, but this might not always be the case.
A full list of all incoming Cold War Operator skins can be found here.