New Maps are coming to Black Ops in Season Two

Treyarch isn't slowing down going into Season Two; a few more new maps are coming to Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War throughout the season!

When Black Ops Cold War released, many fans lamented Treyarch for the lack of multiplayer maps that were available. When you compare the numbers to previous entries into the Call of Duty franchise, they were substantially lower.

Thankfully, Treyarch has kept to its promise of more maps and we're now looking at another four being added.

Below, we've got everything you need to know about the new maps coming to Black Ops Cold War Season Two.

New Multiplayer Maps

There are currently four maps slated for release throughout Season Two. Below, we've got everything you need to know about them going into next week's update.

Apocalypse - 6v6

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APOCALYPSE - Drug Cartel Base? Sure, why not Treyarch

Set in the heart of the Golden Triangle, Apocalypse is the first of the new maps coming to Black Ops Cold War Season Two.

It's on the smaller side, but that doesn't mean it won't be worth the wait. Below is the official synopsis from the Call of Duty Blog:

Welcome to the Lao jungle cartel base in the heart of the Golden Triangle: Apocalypse. As Perseus forces are rumored to be hiding key intel in their stronghold in Laos, the CIA’s finest approach the village ready to extract any evidence they can on the Nova 6 supply line… and Adler’s whereabouts.

This small-to-medium sized map is built for aggressive Operators, funneling action under stilted buildings and through the temple fortress. Give chase to the enemy through the buildings and temple, making sure not to be too distracted from the glint of gold being loaded into the trucks on the main road.

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Golova - Multi-Team

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GOLOVA - A scenic, traditional Russian village is coming to Black Ops

Seemingly a testing ground for the Soviet's Numbers Program, Golova is built to be the epitome of Russian villages in the Urals.

This map will feature tight spots around objective areas and enough long-range sightlines to make it a varied locale. Read the official synopsis from the Call of Duty Blog here:

Golova appears to be a traditional Russian village located within the picturesque Ural Plains, but beneath its surface, it holds a dark secret embedded by its designer and creator, Nikita Dragovich.

A testing ground for the expansion of the Numbers Program, Golova features plenty of close-quarter combat opportunities throughout the town, from a massive church to its rows of houses and industrial park. The stair-stepped terrain on which the town was built still provides some long-range firefight opportunities but encourages tighter, CQB play around its objective areas.

Mansion - 2v2 / 3v3

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MANSION - Take to the courtyard and decide who's the fiercest Operator in the field

Gunfight and Face Off are getting some love too, don't worry! Mansion is going to be added mid-season as a smaller map exclusively for these playlists.

This location features in the "End of the Line" Campaign mission and is the only one of the new maps coming to Black Ops Cold War that might seem familiar to people.

Check out the official synopsis of what's in store from the Call of Duty Blog below:

Set in Havana, Cuba at the Hefe Mansion (last seen in the Campaign’s “End of the Line” mission), this small map takes place across both courtyards: an eastern one with two palm trees and a gazebo, and a western one with a statue sitting atop a non-functional fountain. These open courtyards contrast to a center wrapped room with a small side hallway and an exposed balcony that can serve as a risky power position.

Expect action to be head-on and frenetic, especially when the overtime zone comes into play at the dead center of the main hall.

Daytime Miami

In addition to these three brand-new locations, we're also getting a new Miami variant in Black Ops Cold War Season Two.

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Unfortunately, we don't have an image of what it'll look like just yet but you can check out the full synopsis of what to expect from Miami Strike here:

Rise and shine, Miami… because soon, it will be time to infiltrate Ocean Park Drive during the day.

With the sun glistening off the colorful murals of Miami’s South Beach neighborhood, Miami Strike will focus the action into a smaller daytime rendition of the original map. Whether it's a white-knuckle game of TDM or a tense Hardpoint battle, the heat is always on in the streets of Miami.

For more information on everything that's coming, check out the Call of Duty Blog and the Call of Duty social media channels here.

Black Ops Cold War Season Two will be available on all platforms on February 25th.

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