Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will begin integrating with Warzone in December, Activision has said.
Cold War Operators usable in Warzone
It is unclear exactly how Black Ops Cold War will work within Warzone, but we do know all new Black Ops Cold War weapons and operators you unlock will be usable in both Black Ops and Warzone.
Content within the Black Ops battle pass, as well as new Black Ops store content, will also work across Black Ops and Warzone.
But Modern Warfare players can continue to use their Modern Warfare content in Warzone when Black Ops launches, too.
Choose either Black Ops or Modern Warfare loadout in Warzone
Activision's chief operating officer Daniel Alegre said "We'll bring Black Ops Cold War's characters and weaponry into the free-to-play experience, along with substantial new content".
Activision president Rob Kostich then added: "core Black Ops Cold War progression will build upon the success and will work similarly to how it did in Modern Warfare."
"So for example all the awesome new Black Ops weapons and operators you unlock and your level one to 55 progression will be usable in Black Ops and in Warzone just like they work in Modern Warfare."
Black Ops battle pass content and store content will also work across both Black Ops and Warzone.
Kostich then stated that players "can continue to use their Modern Warfare content in Warzone once Black Ops launches. And as a result, one cool feature that players will see is that they'll be able to choose either their Black Ops loadout or their Modern Warfare loadouts in Warzone for their gameplay.”
Free Post-Launch content available
Kostich went on to say “Now players can also expect a ton of free post-launch content from the Black Ops Cold War premium experience across multiplayer and zombies."
The president of Activision has fans excited by stating that the "13th November really is just the beginning for this game and I think it's a great game."
Kostich ended by saying that Black Ops Cold War is going to "get bigger and better and more fun as the year goes on."