Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is get­ting a new ver­sion of the mul­ti­play­er map Mia­mi next week. Tre­yarch announced this on their offi­cial Twit­ter account today, say­ing the new ver­sion has a “close quar­ters” lay­out and has been designed as a 6v6 map. This is not your typ­i­cal Mia­mi night, as this takes place dur­ing the daytime.

Of course, Tre­yarch is giv­ing play­ers a 24/7 playlist for Mia­mi Strike when the map releas­es next week.

The orig­i­nal map has been crit­i­cized by play­ers for being too dark, mak­ing it dif­fi­cult to see ene­mies. The map is also on the larg­er side, result­ing in match­es end­ing in time end­ing instead of kill count/score requirement.

No exact date for when this map will appear in Cold War was giv­en, but Tre­yarch already has a bunch of con­tent com­ing up for their mid-sea­son update next week. How­ev­er, today, Tre­yarch did add a new Spe­cial weapon to Black Ops Cold War.

R1 Shad­owhunter

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Adding Several Maps Next Week; New Weapon Added Today

This new cross­bow, which acci­den­tal­ly went live recent­ly, offi­cial­ly went on sale today. Play­ers can unlock the weapon by get­ting three One Shot, One Kill medals in 15 dif­fer­ent match­es using a weapon with no attach­ments. Or, you can pur­chase it direct­ly from the in-game store. 

Short­ly after announc­ing the map vari­ant of Mia­mi, Tre­yarch also announced two new maps for Cold War’s mul­ti­play­er. The first is Man­sion, and appears to be based on lev­el near the end of the game’s cam­paign. It fea­tures wide-open spaces and a ver­ti­cal battleground. 

The last new map is Golo­va. It’s one of Black Ops Cold War’s larg­er maps, and it will now sup­port the new 40-play­er Hard­point mode. While this map isn’t new to Cold War, it is for those who have nev­er played Zombies.