Tranzit Remaster Hinted At In Black Ops Cold War Season 4 Reveal

Tranzit Remaster Hinted At In Black Ops Cold War Season 4 Reveal

Written by 

Jack Marsh

Published 

10th Jun 2021 20:03

Call of Duty: Zombies fanatics around the world, you better not be late to the Black Ops Cold War and Warzone Season 4 party, as you might just miss the bus.

That's right! The bus is could be on its way back in Season 4, as the Warzone Season 4 reveal has dropped a huge hint at a remastered version of Tranzit landing in Black Ops Cold War.

Black Ops Season 4 Tranzit Remaster

Amidst all the chaos of Black Ops Cold War and Warzone content, including new operators, multiplayer maps, Warzone game modes, and a barrel-load of explosions and bullets, the trailer dropped a huge bomb as many people may have switched off. 

In the closing seconds of the trailer, zombies can be seen fleeing from a huge burning vehicle that's hurtling towards them at breakneck speed, much akin to the bus in the Black Ops 2 Tranzit map.

 

Treyarch a renowned for remastering old maps too and Tranzit has been rumoured to be landing for some time. The developers are continuing their rampant display of relaunching existing Black Ops 2 multiplayer maps with Hijacked coming in, indicating that they are continuing on the same path.

What Will Change In The Tranzit Remaster?

The most important question is, with Tranzit originally taking place in the future, 2035 to be specific, will the same grumpy robot driver be in control of the bus?

Well, eagle-eyed fans may notice that within the trailer, it appears that the huge vehicle may not actually be a bus after all, and could possibly resemble a train - as seen by the tracks.

This could mean that the bus driver may not be added in the Tranzit remaster and that an out-of-control train could be escorting us through different locations.

Either way, it looks as if the next Warzone Season 4 zombies map will contain a large moving vehicle in a Tranzit-esque fashion, and quite frankly, we cannot wait.

 

Image via Activision

 

 

Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.

Trending
MW3 fans slam devs for nonstop promos and ads in-game
Black Ops legend David Vonderhaar is creating a Call of Duty rival
CDL teams reportedly bargaining for more money from in-game skins
Call of Duty disables launchers amid game-breaking exploit
MW3 fans slam OP Haymaker Aftermarket Part & claim it 'should not exist'
Related Articles
Aches calls out Atlanta FaZe for not being ‘cocky’ enough
Star Wars fans convinced a Call of Duty collab is on the way
MW3 hackers are now invisible to RICOCHET anti-cheat
Italian National Football Team bans Call of Duty in Euros preparations
Call of Duty store leaks suggest overhaul with ‘previews’ and ‘wishlists’