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CoD: BOCW Patch Reduced Multiplayer Map Size

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CoD: BOCW Patch Reduced Multiplayer Map Size
We just don't get it. But there must be a reason... somewhere. (Credit: Activision)

The latest CoD: BOCW patch has made cuts to a multiplayer map. Quite literally. Which map did get smaller through this release? Find out here.

The pre-load for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has begun. And you know one of the first things that happened? A map got smaller. Listen, smaller is never better. Trust on this.

This info comes from /reddit, where someone has noticed the small, yet noticeable change right away (though, I'd like to know how and why).

After the update moscow has become smaller from blackopscoldwar

Which Map got smaller in CoD: BOCW Patch?

The Moscow Map is the one that we’re talking about. And while you might think: but the change isn’t that noticeable, we think it is. It’s like the edges were cut off for some reason.

Not that anyone seems to care about it.

Moscow wasn’t a multiplayer map that people liked in BOCW, so not many give a rats butt about it, but the question of why they did it remains.

But then again, CoD does a lot of questionable things these days... it's best not to ask questions anymore.

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