Since its shaky start, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has unquestionably improved. However, CoD: Black Ops Cold War still lacks some features, including one in all previous Black Ops games.
This isn't the first time fans have asked for a reintroduction of an old function. A popular post on Reddit a little over a week ago has gamers remembering Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's scorestreaks. Many people advocate for streaks to return in a future Call of Duty game because it allows players to customize them fully. While it is unclear whether or not this will materialize, gamers have already begun to request another feature. This time, it's connected to map voting.
CoD: Black Ops Cold War players request that the classified option be restored to the map selection screen. Players in previous Black Ops games could select this option to receive a random map from the roster. The game mode would be randomized if the playlist were moshpit-related. This "simple proposal," as Redditor Mathiasxd148- pointed out, might drastically improve the map voting process.
When gamers are presented with two maps that they despise, they are currently compelled to choose the lesser of two evils. However, the random option would be placed to the right of the two map selections, as illustrated in the Redditor's mockup for the revised map vote section. To demonstrate their thesis, Mathiasxd148- uses two unpopular Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War levels, Miami and Satellite. Players would have a much easier time avoiding specific maps if the random option existed.
Due to the Operators' covert missions, the "classified" option is also appropriate for the Black Ops franchise. The concept of gamers being sent to play on a map they weren't anticipating is intriguing, as is the fact that the location's information has been concealed. While it's a minor detail, the "classified" choice complements the franchise's espionage themes and fits nicely into the Black Ops universe. It's surprising not to have the option, as Mathiasxd148- pointed out, because it was there in every Black Ops game before Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
It will be fascinating to see if Treyarch honors the request of the fan. While the game is too far along in its development cycle to add new features, the Die Hardpoint mode was made permanent after players demanded it, demonstrating that Treyarch is willing to listen to its fans if they speak up.