Call of Duty: How to complete season 4 final 10 multiplayer seasonal challenges. Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Season 4 is on the brink of its completion. All the players are trying to finish off the last of its Multiplayer Seasonal Challenges. Read our complete article to get the tips for completing them before Season 4 ends.
The players need to earn a whole lot of XP to finish the challenges. Not to mention, it’s a great way to get through those last Season Four Battle Pass Tiers.
If you followed the call of Duty Prestige Primers so far, you should have the mythical Season Four Master Animated Calling Card after completing these ten challenges, plus the ten that precede it. Be sure to show it off on your Player Identity either as your main Calling Card or in the Calling Card Showcase after you earn it.
Tips to finish final 10 multiplayer seasonal challenges
Nothing but the Hits (Level 100): Using a Sniper Rifle, fire 3 consecutive shots that deal damage to enemies 5 times. — 8,500 Total XP + Calling Card
Personally, this is our favorite challenge out of the 20 for the season, as it requires you to make every shot count.
Traditional snipers will want to cover objectives and chokepoints where you’re more likely to find multiple enemies. Remember that you only need to cause damage with your three shots, so don’t be too picky about where you hit them – just make sure those shots land. Call of Duty Season 4
If you struggle with long-distance sniping, have no fear; try the “Wind Rider” Weapon Blueprint unlocked at Tier 51 in the Season Four Battle Pass. It’s fast and flexible, featuring Iron Sights for greater versatility, Fast Loader for rapid reloads, and the Airborne Elastic Wrap for snappy aiming. So, with that weapon in your loadout, jump into a small map playlist and show them who’s sheriff in town.
Write Off (Level 110): Destroy 50 enemy Scorestreaks or vehicles. — 8,500 Total XP + Calling Card
Against aerial vehicles and Scorestreaks, take a lock-on launcher in your loadout and max out starting ammo using the Danger Close Wildcard. Add on Engineer to more easily detect enemy Scorestreaks, and Scavenger to refill your rockets from fallen enemies. You can also pair up Gearhead and the SAM Turret for a more hands-off approach to destroying enemy aircraft.
As for ground-based Scorestreaks and vehicles, take a hint from Maxis in the image above and try out the Hand Cannon, which deals just as much damage to enemy tech as it does to infantry. It can also rip through aerial Scorestreaks, too, but those are a bit harder to hit than a stationary Sentry Gun.
Just a Second (Level 120): Get 250 Eliminations with Secondary Weapons. — 8,500 Total XP + Calling Card
Pick your poison: Pistols, Shotguns, Launchers, Melee, or Special.
We recommend shotguns and your favorite Hardcore playlist for the added damage.
Head to Hardcore under Quick Play and search for matches in 6v6 Face Off and Team Deathmatch. Maximize your ammo supply with magazine attachments and rack up those eliminations.
Strong Support System (Level 130): Earn 200 Support Assists with Scorestreaks, Equipment, or Field Upgrades. — 8,500 Total XP + Calling Card
The Spy Plane and Counter Spy Plane are your best bet here, offering Support Assists for all enemies taken out while they patrol the skies. Do not deploy them at the same time or you’ll cut into your efficiency. The H.A.R.P. is highly recommended, too, though more difficult to obtain.
Take a Closer Look (Level 140): Get 250 kills while aiming down sights using a weapon with an attached 2x magnified scope or greater. — 15,000 Total XP + Calling Card
2x magnification is flexible and can be used to good effect on short-range and long-range weapons, so pick your favorite weapon and equip it with your preferred 2x or greater optic.
Assault rifles, tactical rifles, and LMGs perform particularly well in the 2x mid-range, so consider starting there.
Far and Away (Level 150): Using a Sniper Rifle, kill an enemy more than 250 meters away. — 2,500 Total XP + Calling Card
Hitting a target at more than 250 meters is no mean feat. Head into Combined Arms or Multi-Team modes to deploy onto bigger maps and find the longest sightlines you can. For example: on Alpine, look to the ridges and aim downslope toward the main lodges.
Ping enemies to see how far away they are; you only need to do this once, and this makes sure you get it right. Use a high-powered scope and boost your bullet velocity with barrel attachments like the 25” Extended or Reinforced Heavy. Try not to miss.
Tools of the Trade (Level 160): Get a kill with both a weapon and a piece of Equipment in the same life 50 times. — 8,500 Total XP + Calling Card
Pick your favorite explosive and pair it with Quartermaster to keep it charging throughout the match. Use Danger Close for the extra Lethal Equipment.
Gung-Ho is also recommended, so you can fire your weapon and throw explosives while sprinting. Consider an SMG to retain fast movement as you toss grenades and strafe fire against enemy Operators. Tomahawks work, too, if that’s more your style.
Turn the Tables (Level 170): Kill an enemy that had previously damaged you first 30 times. — 8,500 Total XP + Calling Card
Pack a Stimshot and top off your health when you’re being attacked, then turn the tide and counter their attack. Use Flak Jacket to survive explosives and Paranoia to detect incoming enemies. If you’re near cover, you can even take a hit on purpose and then duck out of sight and ambush them when they come looking for you.
Hardpoint and Domination are great playlists for completing this challenge, where you’ll often take collateral damage near the objective. If you survive the initial attack, heal up and get back to the fight.
Pumping Iron (Level 180): Get 75 Headshot kills using iron sight weapons. — 8,500 Total XP + Calling Card
Each player prefers different iron sights, so pick the one that works for you. Regardless of your taste, throw on the Flash Guard 5.56 or any other muzzle flash concealment attachment; this makes it much easier to retain vision on your target while firing.
Assault rifles and LMGs are good contenders. The more accurate, the better.
Top 10 (Level 190): Complete a public match with a score or placement among the top 10% of players 5 times. — 5,000 Total XP + Calling Card
If there’s a playlist you consistently score high in, head there and compete your heart out. The gunfight and Party Games are good options here, both featuring smaller party sizes so that you have a greater chance of finishing in first.