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Broken Black Ops Cold War attachment lets you see through walls

Published: 5/Feb/2021 17:38

by Jacob Hale

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One of the weapon attachments in Black Ops Cold War has been discovered to have secret powers, letting players see through walls and doors.

With the vast array of attachments in Call of Duty titles these days, it’s surprising that we don’t see more issues crop up with them, but it does give players a lot more versatility when building their favored loadouts.

While many meta weapon builds look pretty similar, sometimes there’s a bit of variation — and with a bit of testing, one player has realized how broken a Body attachment is in the game.

This particular bug seems to be affecting one certain attachment that you might not even be using — but you could change your mind after seeing this.

black ops cold war express map
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The bug was discovered on Express, but could possibly extend to other maps too…

As shown by AvHsA on Reddit, you can literally use one of the Body attachments in BOCW to see through walls.

While this issue was discovered on new remastered map Express, where the bug seems to thrive, it’s possible it extends onto other maps too.

The attachment in question is the Tiger Team Spotlight, and as you can see from the clip below, it can easily pick up enemy name tags through walls. This will help you wipe them out while safe and secure, leaving enemies utterly perplexed and defenseless.

(Major Bug) Tiger Team Spotlight lets you see through the doors and walls of the train on express from r/blackopscoldwar

So far, we’re not seeing much evidence of this across the other Cold War maps, but it’s well worth testing out.

If this is discovered to be possible on other maps, too, especially in areas with thin walls or doors that can be wallbanged, this could become a serious issue.

So, next time you think someone is using wallhacks on you, think again: they might just be using the Tiger Team Spotlight!

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Best LC10 Black Ops Cold War loadout class: Attachments, setup, perks

Published: 25/Feb/2021 12:16

by Jacob Hale

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The new LC10 SMG in Black Ops Cold War has some serious competition in its class, but with this loadout you should be able to take down your enemies in no time.

With each season of Cold War comes a bunch of new weapons and blueprints, and the LC10 is one of the premium Battle Pass guns in Season 2 of the hit game.

In Season 1, the Mac 10 became a fan-favorite, especially in Warzone where it is perhaps the most frequently used weapon in Verdansk.

In the regular multiplayer modes, the LC10 will have to contend with the likes of the Mac or the AK74u as top-range SMGs, but this class could make it seriously powerful.

Black Ops gunsmith
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You’ll be able to grab the LC10 SMG through the Season 2 Battle Pass.

Best LC10 Cold War Class

The LC10 is unlocked at Battle Pass Level 31 in Season 2, meaning it shouldn’t be too much of a grind.

Whether it shifts the meta, we’ll have to wait and see, but this class should get you on your way to some high-kill games as one of the fastest weapons available. This loadout below is made using the Gunfighter Wildcard to open all attachment slots.

Best LC10 attachments

  • Muzzle: Flashguard .45 ACP
  • Barrel: 13.9” Task Force
  • Laser: Steady Aim Laser
  • Stock: Raider Stock
  • Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
  • Ammunition: Fast Mag
  • Rear Grip: Airborne Elastic Wrap

If you don’t want to use Gunfighter, you can remove the Laser and Ammo attachments and opt for a different Wildcard.

Black Ops Cold War LC10 gameplay
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The LC10 is now one of the fastest SMGs in Warzone & BOCW.

Best LC10 perks in Cold War

To maximize on the LC10’s strengths as a pure run-and-gun submachine gun, these perks should be what you utilize:

  • Perk 1: Tactical Mask
  • Perk 2: Scavenger
  • Perk 3: Gung-Ho

This gun plays similar to the AK74u and is best used purely for rushing, so you’ll want to make sure your ammo count stays up and you can quickly snap on enemies in those sudden gunfights.

From what we’ve seen, this is a pretty well-balanced SMG — and well worth trying out.