Activision has confirmed that a free Call of Duty Cold War Alpha for multiplayer will be released on PS4 this week. Players can access it for free on their PlayStation 4 consoles. The summons will go live on September 17, 2020. Developer Treyarch has confirmed that the new Black Ops Alpha has a release date set for Friday, September 18, 2020.
The release time for COD Cold War Alpha was set for 6pm BST on Friday on PS4, giving players days of playtime when the servers are down.
The new COD Alpha can be played on PS4 until Sunday, September 20, 2020.
Adds a message from Sony, “PlayStation 4 owners can also get a taste of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer during an exclusive Alpha weekend with multiple modes, maps, and previews of Create-a-Class and Scorestreak .
“The pre-loading begins September 1
For more details on today’s campaign reveal, which covers the reveal of Nowhere Left to Run’s new mission map, please see below:
Developed by Raven Software, the game’s single-player experience will transport players back to the height of the Cold War in the early 1980s to stop a subversive conspiracy with global implications: the threat of global thermonuclear war.
A direct sequel to the original Call of Duty: Black Ops, it all starts with Nowhere Left to Run. In this mission, you play as CIA agent Alex Mason, who comes to Trabzon with his colleagues, including returning hero Frank Woods and new ally Russell Adler.
In particular, this CIA fireteam is infiltrating an airport just as Arash, his High Value Target (HVT), is about to board a cargo plane. After seeing his cruelty towards his own men, the player must take a decisive shot at the confirmed HVT.
During the playthrough shown at the event, the shot goes through another of Arash’s men and the fireteam’s cover inflates. The agents fight their way through a group of defenders as the plane takes off. You secure a pickup and hunt.