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Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War (opens in new tab)'s multiplayer has finally been properly unveiled and, as you could probably guess, it's a lot like the last one. You can read more about why Cold War's multiplayer didn't make the best first impression (opens in new tab), but check out the video above to watch a full match of the new 12v12 Domination mode, Combined Arms.
The map shown here is Armada, which is essentially just various battleships connected to a central barge via ziplines. This was our first match of the day, so you'll see me getting acquainted with the weapons and controls a bit too.
We did a few more rounds of Combined Arms throughout the day and it ended up as my favorite mode. It's a nice middle ground between Modern Warfare's unwieldy 64-player Ground War and a standard 6v6 setup. What I didn't love was Armada itself. It's a gorgeous map, but it's nicer to look at than it is to navigate. The novelty of ziplining between ships wore off pretty fast. Eventually, it was more of a nuisance.