To begin with, players should ensure that they received the three pieces of evidence in Call of Duty: Cold War of the Black Ops. These pieces of evidence include the observer’s front page, an encrypted message, and a broadcast from Numbers Station CoD: Black Ops Cold War Missions They Come From:
- Front page of the observer: Up in the bar at Mission Redlight, Greenlight.
- An encrypted message: Granted, at the end of the mission “run nowhere”.
- Numbers Station Broadcast: On a table in a warehouse at Mission Brick in the Wall.
Using the three pieces of evidence, players were asked to examine the observer’s front page and write down the red letters. You should then investigate the Numbers Station Broadcast and work on rearranging the letters they recorded on the observer’s front page to match one of the cities listed. When that is done, Call of Duty: Cold War of the Black Ops Players should record the numbers that correspond to the city as they will act as a code to decrypt the disk.
Fans should now investigate A Coded Message, paying particular attention to the row of blue and red numbers. It is the job of a player to recognize the patterns established by these numbers and to use these patterns to figure out which numbers should replace the question marks. These patterns could be something like the red numbers increasing by six and the blue numbers increasing by one, two, three, and four, and fans should record the mysterious digits once they solve this puzzle CoD: Black Ops Cold War.
Players should now point back to Numbers Station Broadcast and find the city name that corresponds to the mystery numbers. This city name serves as the passphrase in Call of Duty: Cold War of the Black OpsThe side mission “Operation Chaos” and the fans now have everything they need to decrypt the disk. As such, all you have to do is select “Decrypt Disk” and then enter the code that was hidden on the observer’s home page and the passphrase that was hidden in an encoded message.
Call of Duty: Cold War of the Black Ops is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.
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