Every Gun in Black Ops Cold War Feels Different On PS5 – IGN Daily Fix

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    Happy PlayStation 5 Launch Day! If you’re lucky enough to land a PS5 AND are planning to pick up Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, you’re in luck. The game will feature unique haptic feedback only on the PS5. And if you’ve got PS4 games you want to transfer to the PS5, Sydney has a pro tip for you that could save you hours. It’s your Daily Fix! #ign #gaming

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