Black Ops Cold War’s Season 1 is fast approaching. With Warzone set to receive a new map and an overhauled Gulag system, the battle royale could be changed forever.
Mike & Keshav welcome Bobby Poff to Episode #13 of the CharlieIntel podcast. In this week’s episode, we discuss the upcoming release of Black Ops Cold War Season 1, the launch of Warzone’s Rebirth Island and the new Gulag system, how cheating is still a major issue in Call of Duty, and whether bringing back old maps from previous CoD titles is the right decision.
December 15 and 16 sees huge changes arriving for CoD fans. The 15th sees Black Ops Cold War’s first update, bringing a slew of new features to the game for fans to enjoy. Operators, maps, new modes, and Zombies content means everybody has something that suits their taste.
The 16th sees the arrival of Rebirth Island, Warzone’s new map. It’s a smaller, more challenging map – while there are fewer combatants, the smaller size means players have to constantly be on their guard while navigating the terrain. This is taken one step further with the Gulag overhaul, making it that much harder for players to return to the action.
Bobby Poff joins Mike to discuss his huge success on Warzone, what changes he would make to the mode, and the massive sacrifices he made to pursue his dream of content creation. He also covers how Keemstar and his Warzone Wednesday tournament helped launch his rise to fame, his thoughts on Black Ops Cold War, and the sacrifices he had to make to become a streamer.