It’s that time again. That’s right. Treyarch is back with another Black Ops game. So its almost a given fact that Nuketown will once again reign in chaos. The fifth […]
It’s that time again. That’s right. Treyarch is back with another Black Ops game. So its almost a given fact that Nuketown will once again reign in chaos. The fifth version of Nuketown, or Nuketown ’84 brings back the close quarters ultra-simple map layout sure to create some intense gaming moments.
As you can see in the trailer, the buildings are covered in colorful graffiti and other images. The environment looks a little bit worn out and weathered, but hey, it IS pretty accurate. After all, this map has been one of the few things that have remained virtually unchanged through multiple game releases in the Call of Duty franchise. And this time most likely won’t be any different. Just straight chaos and intensity.
Nuketown ’84 Trailer
The trailer below shows us a sneak peek at the latest adaptation of Nuketown. In the video we can see the same familiar map with the same layout. And that’s great news as this map has been a huge fan favorite. From the looks of it it looks like the only thing that has changed is the textures and colors.
Nuketown Weapon Bundle
Coming down the pipeline with Nuketown 84 is a weapon bundle to add to the experience. Here’s everything that the bundle includes:
- “Last Stop” Epic Shotgun Blueprint – With this Weapon Blueprint, any enemy who dares to challenge you in close quarters will know it’s the end of the road. This configuration includes a 21.6” Paratrooper Barrel, a 6 RND Tube Magazine, a Milstop Reflex Optic, and a Commando Assembly Stock. When combined, these attachments give the shotgun a faster fire rate, better damage range, increased ammo capacity, slightly quicker speed when aiming and shooting, and a clearer sight picture — all the ingredients needed for a great secondary weapon.
- Six Weapon Charms – These six mannequin Weapon Charms are a perfect fit for any long-time Nuketown fan. Pick your favorite well-sculpted hunk – “Chad,” “Thad,” or “Vlad”. Or a flawless friend – “Karen,” “Sharon,” and “Bobbi McDaren” – to give your favorite weapon more personality.
- “Test Subjects” Sticker – Let your enemies know you’re ready to go nuclear with the “Test Subjects” sticker. Stickers can be slapped onto most weapons in the Gunsmith.
- “Nuketown Legend” Emblem and “Omnibus” Calling Card – Spruce up your player profile with some classic Nuketown imagery through the “Nuketown Legend” Emblem and “Omnibus” Calling Card.
Release date and how to redeem
The Nuketown 84 map releases November 24th. Players who logged in the first week after the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will receive the weapon bundle free of charge as a special thank you from the developers. The bundle should be available for you in game starting today.
The Nuketown Weapon Bundle will also be included with every purchase of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War from now until December 4 at 2 a.m. PT.