Black Ops Cold War Season One leaks: Weapons, scorestreaks, and more
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Season One of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is arriving on December 16 after a short delay. From announcements so far, this looks to be the biggest content drop in Call of Duty history. Activision is touting it as such, but so far, we haven’t officially heard of everything the season will offer. Luckily, leakers and dataminers fill in the gaps and provide tons of unofficial information. Earlier today, after the most recent update went live, dataminers uncovered some previously unknown content. This includes new weapons, scorestreaks, and cosmetics.

Leakers uncover Black Ops Cold War Season One content

In the days leading up to Season One, dataminers have been able to leak a plethora of content. Yesterday, we even saw full-fledged images and videos of two of the new maps coming with the season.

However, today is a new day, and that means even more content is being added to the files. When last night’s update in Black Ops Cold War rolled out, dataminers immediately went into the files and dug up a ton of new information.

To start off, there was an in-game leak that confirms the two new weapons coming in Season One. The Mac-11 SMG and Groza AR both previously emerged in links, but now there’s no doubt as to their existence. Calling cards for the weapons were seen and dataminers were even able to put camos on the guns.

Both of these weapons will be available on the Season One Battle Pass for free.

Miners also got some intel on the scorestreaks arriving in the new season. While not totally confirmed, one source was able to get a hold of voice lines for the H.A.R.P., an Orbital VSAT-type scorestreak.

The H.A.R.P. was originally set to be included at launch, but it seems Treyarch will offer it during Season One instead. It’s currently unknown how the streak will be added to Black Ops Cold War.

Finally, sources were also able to divulge some images of upcoming bundles and other cosmetics.

Keep in mind that all of these leaks are unofficial. Activision and Treyarch have not confirmed that any of these items will arrive on December 16 or later in Season One. However, the fact that everything looks complete is a great sign.

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Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.