call of duty black ops cold war confrontations pack blueprints
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There are still a ton of unknowns when it comes to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. While the open betas revealed a ton of what the game has to offer, we still don’t know what several areas will contain. Of course, the launch of November 13 will reveal all or most of this content. However, part of that was slightly unveiled earlier today. We got to see some of the camos and blueprints that Treyarch will implement in the way of the Confrontations Pack. The way you can earn this pack of blueprints is fairly easy and here’s how you do it.

The Confrontations Pack in Black Ops Cold War

Announced earlier today, this pack is the first time we’re seeing a camo or blueprint for the upcoming installment of the Black Ops series. The open beta didn’t have any kind of skin available to earn or unlock, so players just used the plain weapons.

However, we now have some images of two weapon blueprints that feature some pretty amazing camos. The Confrontations Pack is what the blueprints are held in and they’re unlocked simply by buying a digital version of Black Ops Cold War.

This offer works for any platform, so you can be on PlayStation, Xbox, or PC. As long as you don’t purchase a hard copy of the game, you’ll have the pack waiting for you the first time you load up your barracks.

The blueprints themselves appear to be for the AK-47 and XM4 assault rifles. However, the skins themselves are what players are talking about. Originally, it was thought that Treyarch might implement dark and gritty skins to match the theme of the Cold War. Though, it appears the developers are going vibrant this year, which is great news for the player base.

The Confrontations Pack blueprints will presumably be usable in both multiplayer and Warzone. You can pre-order a digital copy of the game to ensure you unlock the pack on Activision’s website.

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