All Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Scorestreaks shown so far

Learn how Scorestreaks work in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and see a list of all the options we've seen so far.

Each Call of Duty franchise has its own way of handling killstreaks and scorestreaks, often even changing between games of the same season. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War brings back the Scorestreaks of previous games in the series, but shakes up the formula a little. In this guide we’ve put together a list of all the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Scorestreaks we’ve seen so far, and details how Scorestreaks work so you’re ready for the game’s launch.

All Scorestreaks in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War shown so far

All scorestreaks in Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War
The War Machine Scorestreak returns in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War 
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Here’s a complete list of the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War scorestreaks we’ve seen so far:

  • 600 Points - RCXD: A remote controlled explosive car.
  • 800 Points - Spy Plane: The Black Ops UAV, scans the minimap to reveal enemies.
  • 1900 Points - Artillery Strike: Pick three places on the map to drop an explosive attack.
  • 2,400 Points - Air Patrol: Call in fighter jets to take out enemy airborne Scorestreaks.
  • 3,150 Points - War Machine: Equip a powerful grenade launcher with limited ammo.
  • 3,750 Points - Attack Chopper: Call in an AI chopper to patrol the map and shoot enemies. 
  • 6,000 Points - Chopper Gunner: Take control of a mounted minigun on the side of a chopper.

Those are all the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Scorestreaks we’ve seen so far. We have absolutely no doubt that Treyarch has more Scorestreaks locked up that they’re waiting to surprise us with. Interested to know how Scorestreaks work in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War? We've got you covered there too.

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How Scorestreaks work in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

How scorestreaks work in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
 
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In Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, your Scorestreak progress is maintained between deaths, giving everyone a chance to build upwards. If you manage to get on a roll in a single life, you’ll get bonuses. Earning multiple kills in a single life will grant you a multiplier for objective plays and kills, helping you earn the rarer Scorestreaks. To stop maps from being flooded, each type of scorestreak also has a cooldown timer (90s in the alpha), to stop UAVs and choppers belonging to one skilled player from endlessly clogging the skies.

Black Ops Cold War also brings in more Counter Scorestreaks. Options like the Air Patrol can be used to take out powerful enemy Scorestreaks. You can even call an Air Patrol on your enemy’s Air Patrol, leading to a duel in the skies between both sides’ AI jets. Not very helpful, but certainly cool.

Almost all airborne scorestreaks can also be shot down by players using rockets or LMGs, or a SAM rocket. The Attack Chopper is pretty weak, but the Chopper Gunner will take some work to bring down. The SAM is a specialist power you can choose that can be deployed to take down enemy UAVs and damage choppers. Weapons can also be equipped with a powerful barrel that’s designed to damage vehicles.

That’s everything we know about Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Scorestreaks so far. Bear in mind that, since Cold War isn’t out yet, the point values listed here as well as how Scorestreaks work could change before release. We’ll do our best to update this list with more details as and when they arrive. If we’ve missed anything, feel free to share it with us in the comments section below. Click here to head to our Black Ops Cold War hub page to get more details about the latest game in the series.

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