Black Ops Cold War Bug gives fans control over the clouds

Recently discovered Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War allows players to do weird things with clouds by aiming at them. Treyarch says it’s a well-known issue.

Call of Duty: Cold War Black Ops experience a weird bug where players can take control of clouds just by looking at them. This new cloud beast comes with a very sizable list of other famous bugs that have affected the game since its launch in November. Players have started noticing this issue after visual effects, such as clouds, start to expand and shrink as the player looks at them.

Cold War Black Ops a hard ride to release. As well as being developed at a time of release that forced the developers to make a large chunk of the game from home, it appears that the game was restarted about a year before its release. The title was coined by Sledgehammer Games and was also seen as a Cold War / Vietnam game, but without the Black ops connection. After hitting heads with co-developer Raven Software, it was reported that Sledgehammer was taken out of the game by Activision. This caused an appearance Cold War Black Ops being a bit fast as a lot of things changed in a very short window, probably leading to some of the bugs and issues that the game is dealing with now. It is reported that Sledgehammer is now developing a 2021 entry of call of Duty, but that has not yet been officially confirmed.

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The new Cold War Black Ops bug was first reported on Reddit user MrBigBeans69 (via Eurogamer) showed a video of the strange cloud bug. The case doesn’t stop at some clouds on one map, though. This is an issue that has stretched to other things like fire as well as other different visual effects when ADS players while looking at these units.

Josh Torres of Treyarch commented on the video on Reddit and noted that this is an issue that happens when the FOV slider is turned up above 80. Cold War Black Ops Trello’s board notes that this issue happens to the glossy eyes of zombies as well as fog on top of clouds. It seems like this could only be the case for Xbox One and Xbox Series X, though.

Warzone and Warfar todayI was struck by other strange issues as well, but thankfully they are fixed. Warzone encounters a very urgent case that would make signalmen appear, essentially removing feedback when they were shooting at someone. This can cause problems as this basically tells players if they are hitting or missing their pictures; if markers don’t work, players have to think they’re missing everything they shoot. Given, Cold War Black Ops the cloud issue is much smaller, but hopefully it will be fixed nonetheless.

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Source: MrBigBeans69 (via Eurogamer)

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