In addition to adding new maps and content in the “Black Ops” Cold War, Treyarch also changed some of the existing maps in the game in Season 2, namely Cartel.
Subtle changes to the original map can transform it from one of the game’s older maps to a completely fresh and rejuvenated feel. Treyarch has announced that the controversial map of Miami will receive a more pleasing version later in season 2.
During this period, in addition to the new “Apocalypse” map, we also received an updated version of one of the game’s founding maps-Cartel.
Maps such as Moscow and Crossroads flourished and became the most popular fans in the “Black Ops” Cold War, while cartels received a more indifferent welcome.
This is not a bad map, but because the large bushes obscure the key parts of the map, it was well received in the Beta test.
Treyarch finally admitted to these eye-catching hedges, they finally heard the cold war crowd in Black Ops and cut them down.
The official Treyarch blog posted the following pictures:
“At Cartel, we introduced hedge trimmers and made several required cover adjustments across the map to reduce the height of bushes in certain locations, making the joints more predictable.”
Since your line of sight is clearer, there must be a big improvement on the map, which allows you to see more clearly from one side of the map to the other.
Previously, fighting had an unpredictable element for them, but now the fighting is more comprehensive and can be more comfortable when moving on the map.
So far, Season 2 has made all the changes, such as the new Operator bundle and the exciting new burst mode, and it’s nice to see Treyarch also updated the old content.
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