After a series of player complaints, it looks like Black Ops Cold War’s Search and Destroy mode will get its Final Killcam back.
Search and Destroy is one of the most iconic modes of the Call of Duty series. With two teams competing to plant a bomb or defend the bomb sides, players have only one life to complete the goal.
Also, there are no Killcams to watch after you die, for fear of giving away an enemy’s position. It is a completely different mode that players either love or hate.
But even those who love Search and Destroy will notice a big difference in Black Ops Cold War. This means that the game no longer has Final Killcams, but is replaced with a Best Play.
This means that the nail-biting finishes in Search and Destroy history are sometimes no longer visible to all players. Instead, someone will present a double kill earlier in the game, to the disappointment of all.
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Fortunately, things seem to be changing for fans of the Cold War.
Black Ops Cold War Search & Destroy Final Killcam Returning
Twitter user TheMW2Ghost said it best when they wrote about Treyarch killing the Search and Destroy mood. According to the banner, they used to play game mode just to get “an insanely random cross map tomahawk” for Final Killcam.
Now that there is no incentive to play, Search and Destroy has lost the appeal of this player. However, Treyarch confirms that Black Ops Cold War’s Search and Destroy-final Killcam will return.
In a response to TheMW2Ghost, Lead Game Designer Matt Scronce confirms that Final Killcam will return. However, it may be a little different than many players remember.
According to Treyarch Designer, a hybrid system will combine Best Play and Final Killcam. The system selects a clip to show the players, based on what ends the round.
This is good news for the Call of Duty community, but they have to wait for it to be implemented before they celebrate. Right now there is no ETA on Final Killcam coming back to Cold War’s Search and Destroy.
But when Treyarch returns from the holiday season, Matt Scronce may be able to deliver further updates.
Unfortunately, while Treyarch is gone, the Black Ops Cold War servers are having serious issues. This is especially frustrating for those trying to enjoy the Cold War New Year’s Double XP event.
Now that the servers seem to be coming back online, here you can unlock Black Ops Cold War’s new sledgehammer quickly. The latest update for the Cold War also adds a new operator to the game.